I currently work as a freelance copywriter and journalist, and have written for various NYC publications, including The Villager, East Village News, Chelsea Now, The Brooklyn Paper, and Downtown Express with a primary focus on events, organizations and artists that occupy the intersection of art and technology. Books include The DIY Internet Radio Cookbook (2015) and The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies (2016).
From 2013-2015, I was a Professor at Hofstra University's Herbert School of Communications in the Dept. of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations. teaching Media in Pop Culture, Media Literacy, Theories of Media, and Media History. I currently teach in the Media Arts department at New Jersey City University. I've been a guest lecturer on remix culture at SVA and The New School.
Sound & Vision
I am the co-founder and Executive Director of Radio Free Brooklyn, a nonprofit community radio station I started in 2015. I have also created and collaborated on a number of narrative radio pieces, sound collages, remixes, videos, and public art projects.
I worked in the digital media industry for 20 years primarily in advertising and broadcast media. Some of my stops along the way included Agency.com, Bates/141 Interactive, Oxygen Media, and VH1. The majority of my digital career has been spent as a senior content producer and product manager, with a specialties in community & social, SEO, and analytics.