My work is at the intersection of science and technology studies, new media and art practice. I address connections, disjuncture and ambivalences between humans and nonhumans, using images and sensory information as a place to begin my researches. I then look to the ways these interactions lead to values, highlighting the political and ethical dimensions of how people see, sense and act in and through technologies and media.
I am currently an assistant professor at the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University in the Culture and Politics Program. In 2014, I completed my Ph.D. in Rhetoric at the University of California, Berkeley through a Townsend Center for the Humanities Dissertation Fellowship. I was an artist-in-residence at “The Case for Space,” at Provisions: Art for Social Change, George Mason University in 2013 and “The Decapitated Museum,” at Banff Centre for the Arts in 2012.