Here’s some of my work. I’ve done some online projects

The Spring Issue: At Home

An online edition of Pop-Up Magazine’s acclaimed live show. I was a senior producer and writer on the project — conceptualizing stories, writing scripts, working with musicians and artists, and co-directing shoots remotely.


Long live the group chat

An interactive essay and collection of stories that I wrote and curated about the relationship black and brown people have to group chats as a space for refuge and community.

The enduring power of aunties

A collection of essays and poetry I commissioned from an array of writers exploring the central role of aunts in our lives and cultures.

Who watches the men? A Trump-era comic

A satirical post-2016 election comic based on scenes, themes, and characters from Alan Moore’s Watchmen.

Extremely my shit: a video series

A mini video series I helped conceptualize, where people went deep and specific on the one thing they love and can’t stop telling people about.

stage productions,


Last laugh: To capture a LOL
‘Overcooked’ restores my friends’ spirits
When a good movie becomes evil
The religious experience of ‘Drag Race’
A love letter to Popeyes fried chicken
The ageless joy of Kingdom Hearts
The Great Comet will never die
Final Fantasy taught me how to be a friend
My grandfather rests on a hill that leads to heaven


On drag queens and queer culture
On growing up with video games
On learning how to ride a bike

and interviews, etc.

Forbes, 30 under 30 in media
Bric TV, Pop-Up Magazine: You have to be there
Brooklyn Magazine, 30 under 30
South by Southwest, Bringing stories to life on mobile