In 2012, I’ve started writing for Hyperallergic, an online “forum for serious, playful and radical thinking about art in the world today.” The writing there covers many aspects of the arts, from the business/economics of it to traditional reviews, and it isn’t limited by artistic genre, though it definitely leans more toward the visual arts.
From 2008-2012, I wrote regularly about art and performance for The L Magazine, a bi-weekly publication based in Brooklyn, NY.
Since 2008 I have written occasional reviews, essays, and opinion pieces for The Brooklyn Rail, an independent arts and culture newspaper published in Brooklyn, NY.
In the summer of 2010, when New York’s Ohio Theater was set to close its doors forever, I wrote an essay for The L Magazine about the cultural history of the plot of land that the Ohio had sat upon for decades. Through this discussion I opened up questions about the ways that artist-led gentrification effects neighborhoods in urban centers and the ways that contemporary city’s try to use artists as a means to an end in stimulating economic growth.
While writing for The L Magazine I began conducting lengthy interviews with various figures working in art and performance around New York City. I have since published these interviews in other publications. These interviews serve not only as a way for artists to speak for themselves, but also help capture moments in time in the artistic life of the city.
Over the years I’ve published various articles in different publications and for different organizations. These are a small selection of some of those pieces.
Over the years I’ve written a selection of fiction pieces, a handful of which have been published, primarily in the UK.