Teaching & Research

As an artist/scholar, my work claims that creative production constitutes intellectual inquiry and functions as a site for producing knowledge. I explore both ‘practice-led research’ – creative work that functions as research and generates scholastic insights – as well as ‘research-led practice,’ research that positively impacts creativity. Recently, my writing has been featured in Routledge’s Physical Dramatrugy in the 21st Century, and I have an essay forthcoming in Stanislavski Studies based on my recent presentation on the use of Stanislavski and Viewpoints in my production of Mother Courage at “Brecht: Contradiction as Method” at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. I am also working on an essay about my immersive and environmental, punk rock, queer counterculture adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream.