Tags » Published Work

Where to Drink on New York's Rooftops

It’s getting warm out, time to head outdoors to drink. Read my roundup for FWx here.

Published Work

Alber Elbaz: Forget him not

Alber Elbaz, fashion’s most loved designer, is best known for his iconic dresses. He not only turned around the fate of the exemplary Parisian fashion house Lanvin, but also dipped his fingers into every design aspect of the label before his recent departure after 14 years at its creative helm. 966 more words
Published Work

Through His Lens

Published February 2016, Enjoy Magazine

Though this article announced a bygone exhibit, it also focuses on the professional and romantic relationship between photographer Nickolas Murray and artist Frida Kahlo, and how identity and perspective in art play roles in how we see ourselves.

Read the article here.


Does the Picaresque Novel Still Have a Place in American Literature? 

Maybe a better question to start this conversation would be “did the picaresque novel ever have a place in American literature?”

The picaresque novel is defined in the Oxford dictionary as “relating to an episodic style of fiction dealing with the adventures of a rough and dishonest but appealing hero.” When I think of the picaresque the first story that comes to mind is Don Quixote published in 1605. 348 more words


Recent Work: Reviews / Playlists

Recent work for digital music services:


At a 90s Quinceañera
Gentle Latin Ballads
Disclosure: Collaborations
Pre-Surf Sesh Roots
Roots for Running
Best of Madhouse… 210 more words


Blown Call Foils Loyola Comebck

Every coach, player, fan and spectator wishes for a game to be decided by the players themselves and not the officials, referees or umpires.  612 more words

Published Work