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A little about me:

I'm currently enrolled at an MFA program studying Film and Television Studies at Boston University. I also work there, as a writing tutor and as a TA (leading introductory film discussion groups for undergraduate students).

I have a great appreciation for education and therapy.  I've taught math, drawing, theater, music, and film classes at a therapeutic boarding school called Maple Lake Academy, where I also worked as a mentor for three years. More recently, I worked for Treatment Solutions, LLC. For about a year, I was the Program Director at one of their residential treatment centers, called Kaizen Academy.

When I'm not working, I'm very interested in film, philosophy, and writing.  I have written/compiled/edited a collaborative nonfiction book about LDS theology and film, called "Mormonism and the Movies."  In addition, I write film reviews somewhat regularly here, and I occasionally maintain a blog called "Food for Thought." I've also recently joined a podcast through the Open Stories Foundation as a co-host. It's called On the Other Side: Millennials and Religion.

When I'm neither working nor writing, I try to make time to draw, paint, or take photographs.  I've got a shop wherein you can buy merchandise featuring some dinosaur-themed art I've made.

I'm also interested in music, and have recorded some jazz piano/vocal songs.  Occasionally I've collaborated with other musical artists, like Court Mann, Jake Ziemba, Lottie Elizabeth Peterson, and Alex Vincent.