“The work you do while you procrastinate is probably the work you should be doing for the rest of your life.”

– Jessica Hische

the white box theater festival

conceived during my final semester at the University of Dayton, The White Box Theater Festival was an immersive project designed to foster the development of original short plays.

produced in collaboration with University of Dayton Studio Theater and the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation, White Box was presented November 4th, 5th, and 6th, 2014 and included work from Jenna Gomes, Grace Poppe, Kwyn Townsend Riley, Art Jipson, Michelle Hayford, and ArtStreet Director Brian LaDuca.

the selfie project

in march of 2017, four of my friends and I agreed to take a selfie every day for a year, tracking our physical changes, our routines, and the course of our lives…

the infinite playlist project

in may of 2010, just prior to graduating high school, I created a mix for each of the four previous years. compiled together, the songs told the comprehensive story of my adolescence.

during my time in college, I expanded the project to include my childhood. the playlist continues to this day, with new songs added as they become vessels that make me nostalgic for now.

the infinite playlist is a meditation on how songs and the moments they capture add up to the story of a life.

“breathe” – with music by JK Hilbert

Composer John-Kevin Hilbert approached me to collaborate on a piece of music in the spring of 2019. In a time of personal and social chaos, I wanted to write about the only certainty of living: “tomorrow will come.”

With words in hand, Hilbert composed and arranged a gospel-inspired piece, performed here by The St. Augustine Chamber Singers on April 19th, 2019.