My Status Is Not A Secret
A new engagement platform and documentary series that seeks to humanize the experience of those affected by HIV.
Warner Bros. Corporate Responsibility
A complete overhaul of Warner Bros. Corporate Responsiblity’s website which included the formation of a new brand identity, content strategy, graphic design, and the development of multiple interactive online experiences.
International Justice Mission: The Locust Effect
A trio of motion graphics that shed light on the everyday acts of violence endured by world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations. Series includes: Everyday Violence, Safe Enough to Thrive, and Changing the Everyday.
How to Generate Good Ideas
With a bit of stretching the laws of physics and a lot of imagination, we set out to craft an animated story of how all those bits and pieces that pass through our brains can become good ideas.
The Advisorie Group
A short film that explores the nuances of a sexually active couple of opposing HIV statuses during moments of decision, revelation, frustration, and most of all, love.
“Not Very Christian of Me”: The Escapist Faith of a Lost Shepherd in Joss Whedon’s Firefly
Written and presented with Kj Swanson at the Southwest/Texas regional conference of the Popular and American Culture Assocation.
Also featured on Whedonesque.com.
“Whedon and His Players: A Report on New Scholarship at SC4”
Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association, 8.2 (30)
With Cynthia Burkhead and David Kociemba
“‘I Like My Scars’: Claire Saunders and the Narrative of Flesh”
Inside Joss’ Dollhouse
Edited by Jane Espenson. Published by BenBella Books, 2010.
“Academics Assemble: A Report on New Scholarship at Sc5”
Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association, 9.2 (34)
With AmiJo Comeford and Elizabeth Rambo
“Ritual, Rebirth, and the Rising Tide: Water and the Transcendent Self”
Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse: Confounding Purpose, Confusing Identity
Edited by Sherry Ginn, Alyson R. Buckman, and Heather M. Porter. Published by Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.