Writing

🌟  Donna Party 🌟  

Learning Times Emerging Artist Grant Recipient

A Pilot Co-Written with Masha Breeze currently in pre-production with generous support from the Learning Times Foundation. Read about the project here

Donna Party is a revenge dramedy TV series that follows Donna, a trans mom and party planner as she makes new friends and reckons with the effects of transmisogyny--while getting revenge on the evil members of her local PTA. Donna Party offers a nuanced and original look at the women who raise children and challenges trans-exclusionary and ableist ideas about what it means to be part of a community.

Boundaryland, 2023  

Boundaryland is an essay collection examining intersections of celebrity culture (Guy Fieri, Beverly Hills Tar Pits, etc.), family trauma, and nature along the California coast. The collection was awarded the Brown University Outstanding Thesis prize for English. It was edited by Kate Schapira and Emily Hipchen and selections from the collection are forthcoming from several publications and literary journals. Read it here

Heiress Twins film, Co-writer, 2023 

Heiress Twins is a pilot length mockumentary that satrizies the lives of nepo babies at Brown University. Set in the not-so-distant past, Heiress Twins examines the impact of young love on a school full of heiresses trying to be the best at their form of tennis. Watch the full film here

"What, Hey, I Love You," ​2023 

Commencement Address, Brown University English Department

Watch it here

Clips and Criticism 

🌟 "The 4th H" (co-writer), Brown University 24 Hour Plays Festival, 2022. Read about it here

🌟 "Chores" Bacopa Literary Review, 2020. Read it here

​🌟  Tarkovsky Prize Film Criticism Honorable Mention: "The Racket of Consciousness: Three Colors Red" San Francisco Art and Film, 2019. Read it here

Projects in Development Fall 2023

🌟Please Respect Our Privacy as we Bury Our Cat at the Waterpark

A comedy hour co-written and performed with collaborator Masha Breeze

Chamomile and Carol are amateur taxidermists bonded by their passion for waterparks, bad girls, and letting it all hang out. Nasty, Chamomile’s cat, and John Travolta, Carol’s sadistic ex husband, have both died. Now the two women must find perfect resting places for the ashes of their loved (and hated) ones. Armed with the urns and a sense of adventure, Carol and Chamomile spend the day at their favorite place, The Waterpark, from which point their quest takes a mystical turn.