About Me

I was recently the interim digital editor and previously the staff photographer/reporter at LEO Weekly, the alt-weekly of Louisville, Kentucky.

My background is in performing arts photography, and I've photographed hundreds of performances and rehearsals of theatre, music, dance, opera, and more. My photos have helped promote four shows (The Sound Inside, SEARED, The Cake, and Lempicka) that have transferred to Broadway or Off-Broadway or will do so next year.

As a journalist, I especially love covering live shows, sports, and local politics, but I have a specific passion for covering "weird" subjects with nuance and depth — some of my favorite stories include longform profiles of a psychedelic mushroom church and a professional wizard, plus photo/print stories about a skate park music festival and a punk concert for cats.

I'm a graduate of Smith College, a sort-of graduate of the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, and a participant in the 2022 Mountain Workshops.

Here's my resume.


Williamstown Theatre Festival • Shakespeare & Company • Barrington Stage Company • WAM Theatre • Berkshire Theatre Group • Idyllwild Arts • Bellarmine University • Chautauqua Theater Company • Chautauqua Opera • Pioneer Valley Ballet • The Academy of Music Theatre • New Century Theatre • Real Live Theatre • Smith College Performing Arts • UMass Amherst Theatre • PanOpera • Amherst Leisure Services Community Theatre • The Umbrella Arts Center • Boston Jewish Film Festival • Generator Theater Company • The Freedom Trail Foundation • Chautauqua Institution • Smith College

Publishing Credits

The New York Times • Vogue (online) • Vanity Fair (online) • The Today Show • Time (online) • The Chicago Tribune • The Boston Globe • BroadwayWorld • Playbill • TheaterMania • MSNBC (Ronan Farrow Daily) • BuzzFeed • LEO Weekly • The Courier Journal  • The Advocate (magazine) • NewsdayThe Albany Times-Union • Time Out New York • Camping Magazine • The Hampshire GazetteThe Berkshire Eagle • The Valley Advocate • The Juneau Empire • The Chautauquan Daily • New England Public Radio (web)

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