|2021 - Present||Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Halmos College of Arts and Sciences - Department of Communications, Media, and the Arts|
- The Art and Craft of Video Editing
- Introduction to Film and Television
- Public Speaking
- Communication Theory
- Documentary Filmmaking
- Digital Video Production
- Digital Video Post-Production
- Short Film Production and Distribution
|2021||Ph.D. Communication, University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|2015||M.A. Liberal Studies - Film Studies Concentration, The Graduate Center, City University of New York|
|2007||B.A. (with honors) Film Production, CUNY Brooklyn College|
|2005||A.S. Communications and Media Arts, Dutchess Community College|
Nova Southeastern University
Halmos College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Communication, Media, and the Arts
Don Taft University Center 349
3301 College Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314
Contemplating imperialism: early film reenactments of the South African War Early Popular Visual Culture (2022)
This essay examines the differences between American and British modernity around the turn of the twentieth century. The author argues that American modernity tended to paradoxically embrace what was considered premodern, while British modernity sought ...
Script Doctoring and Authorial Control in Hollywood and Independent American Cinema Journal of Screenwriting (2017)
This study seeks to elucidate the role of the ‘script doctor’ in both Hollywood and independent American cinema. It attempts to reveal how script doctors, considering them to be cultural producers in their own right, ...
Tabloids, Film Noir, and the Fragmentation of Form and Character in Double Indemnity and The Naked City Mise-en-scène: The Journal of Film & Visual Narration (2017)
This paper is an attempt to examine how the screen adaptation of a first-person narrative in James M. Cain’s Double Indemnity results in the invocation of voice-over narration, which augments the sense of fatalism on ...