MA in Screen Studies, Oklahoma State University
BS in Mass Communication, Shepherd University
- History of American Cinema
- International New Wave Cinema
- Film Training and Mentorships
- Film Festivals
- Experimental Film and Literature
- Global Fiction, Post-1945
- ENGL 1113: Composition I
- ENGL 1213: Composition II
- ENGL 2413: Introduction to Literature
- ENGL 2453: Introduction to Film and Television
- ENGL 3453: History of American Cinema
Selected Conference Presentations
"Experimental TV: The Children's Television Workshop and the Avant-Garde." Society of Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS). Toronto, Canada. March 2018.
"Jane Campion Presents Julia Leigh: Mentorships at the International Film Festival." MPCA/ACA Regional Conference. Chicago, Illinois. October 2016.
- Webmaster, OSU English Department, 2015-present
- Projectionist, Exciterbulb Film Series, 2012-present
- Webmaster, OSU First Year Composition Program, 2014-2015
Awards and Recognition
- Houston-Truax-Wentz Travel Award, Spring 2018
- Leonard J. Leff Film and Media Studies Award, Spring 2016
Current Research Projects
My dissertation project is concerned with practice-based film and television education programs and their development under the logic of post-Fordist production. Relevant case studies include University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), and New York University (NYU); Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Santa Fe Community College (SFCC), and Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC); and production programs associated with CILECT (The International Association of Film and Television Schools), such as Beijing Film Academy (BFA) and Australian Film, Television, and Radio School (AFTRS). The dissertation is provisionally titled "The Post-Fordist Film School."