I was in a lecture hall…

I’m an educator. I’ve worked in formal/informal settings; small labs and large lecture halls; domestic and abroad; worked with high school students, refugees, and inmates. But the main thrust of my time and energies is spent within the halls of the University of Colorado, Boulder. In my capacity there, as Instructor within the ATLAS Institute, I’ve designed several courses whose focus ranges from the creative and technical study of still/motion photography, to critical analysis and discussion of our advancing digital society. With the latter role in mind, my primary focus has been in the realm of the digital humanities; I lecture on the mutual influence of technology, arts, media and society.  Additional research and creative interests include artificial intelligence, gender/race representation in media, remix culture, digital poetics, educational technologies, and identity formation.

A selection of FCQs (faculty course questionnaires) can be found below. To complement that, here is a selection of positive feedback of which I’m rather amused by (the site is not the strongest of indicators, but at least it’s amusing while being anecdotal).   If you’re interested in more – and really, why would you be –  you may find less subjective insight here.


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