I am a current law student at Cornell Law School and a recent graduate of Rice University with a B.A. in English and European Studies and an inclination towards multimedia journalism, storytelling, and cultural analysis. At Rice, I've worked on a variety of research projects in a variety of contexts, ranging from studies in modernist literature to historical sociopolitical trends in Houston's Freedmen's Town to the cultural politics of water and place in the Gulf Coast. I've been supported in the pursuit of these projects by grants from Rice University, including a proposal-based fellowship and the merit-based Century Scholarship, the Mellon Foundation in the form of a Resilient Networks Digital Humanities grant, and a scholarship from the Digital Frontiers Conference, among others.
At Cornell, I plan on pursuing international/human rights law and continuing to produce research.
Outside of the classroom, I've pursued journalism at the Rice Thresher, OutSmart Magazine, and Houstonia Magazine, and have been working on a variety of writing, multimedia, and podcasting projects. I'm skilled in audio/video editing, writing, researching, and a variety of other things, and I'm always searching for new projects to work on.