Fall 2018 Journal of Media Literacy Education
I am a digital cultural and media studies phd with experience as a television producer in both reality and non-fiction programming. Digital media culture expert with specific focus on YouTube, memes, emergent media, and digital media literacy.
Television Producer and Video Journalist (Non-fiction & Reality)
Master of Arts: Comparative Arts and Culture
Master's Thesis: YouTube and the Transformation of Television
Director of Web and Digital Media - Herbert School of Communication
Founder: New Media Program at Molloy College - #MolloyNewMedia
Assistant Professor and Program Director, #MolloyNewMedia
Producing New and Digital Media: Your Guide to Savvy Use of the Web
Doctor of Philosophy: Cultural and Media Studies - Stony Brook University
Associated Faculty: Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change
Dissertation: Virtual Evolution: An Alternate History of Cyberspace, 1988-1997
Curriculum and Digital Media Consultant
My research focuses on critical approaches to digital media, media literacy, emerging media, media archaeology, and new media. My longitudinal studies on digital cultures, YouTube and populism are recognized and presented globally.
My cultural studies degree at Stony Brook University engages specifically with media studies and a critical analysis of structural hegemony, race, migration, feminism, dataveillance, eco-criticism and platform capitalism.
Most importantly, my activist approach and direct engagement with the community combines media studies with civic engagement and increasing civic voices. I prioritize curricular innovation and consult regularly with secondary and higher education.
If you are interested in research or consultation on digital culture, gen z, YouTube, emergent media or VR/AR/MR, I can be of assistance.
A selection of digital and media projects completed over the last several years. Competence in writing, video production and editing, web design, visual coding languages, adobe suite, and project leadership.
A selection of publications, presentations and press. Available for talks, lectures, and academic expertise on the subjects of digital culture, media literacy, online tools, and civic empowerment.
April 2017 In the Journal of Cultural Politics with Matt Applegate
2015 Focal/Routledge with Tom Kenny