I am a South Florida based queer film writer whose work has appeared in the Miami Herald, Miami New Times, Hyperallergic, and Bitch Media, among other publications. My work varies from festival coverage and cultural essays to in-depth interviews and short fiction. I am the co-creator and co-host for the podcast For A Good Time..., in which Isabelle Arf and I do deep dives into adult cinema, both contemporary and classic.
In addition to this, I also co-founded the film criticism site Dim the House Lights along with Derek Godin & was the co-creator, manager, and programmer for the queer film series Flaming Classics alongside Trae DeLellis. The series received $50,000 in grants from various South Florida foundations and continues to host essays by a variety of queer writers on the films that were showcased.
I aspire to be Bridget Jones and love talking about queer cinema and Sondheim musicals. My favorite films include The Sound of Music, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, and anything by Nancy Meyers and Paul W.S. Anderson.