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Member Since December 6, 2002

Educated at Swarthmore College, Honors Major in linguistics, honors minor Film and Media Studies

Original Work (Writing, Theater, Video, Music):

“Diary of a Sex Symbol” Portions of my novella to be published in the Philadelphia Independent. February 2004.

“Ich bin laden: Consumerism, Socialism, Terrorism” to be published in the Philadelphia Independent. January 2004.

“CASH FLOW.” Flash 6 and mp3 Web Installation at www.abelneuekunst.de and at Abel Neue Kunst Berlin with Images by Alekos Hofstetter. Launched November 2003.

“4 Times in 5 Parts.” Video Art shown at Institute for Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. July 2003.

“A Police Car Movie.” Video Art shown at Swarthmore College Film Society Video Festival. May 2003.

Sections from my thesis in Linguistics “ ‘Terrorism’ and Order-Word” with assembled citations published in the Philadelphia Independent. March 2003.

Flash 6 and mp3 Web Installation www.projectsarcade.com launched and listed on www.rhizome.org. February 2003.

Feature writer for Spike, Swarthmore College Humor Magazine. “Echoing Narcissus.” April 2002.

“A Picture.” Video Art shown at Haverford College Student Film Festival. April 2001.

Guitarist and Drum Programmer in “Phil Collins Ensemble for Experimental Music.” Electro-Acoustic Improvisation. Performance: Boston, January 2001

Guitarist and Drum Programmer in “The Admonition.” Electro-Acoustic Improvisation with Tim Albro. Performance: Worcester, New York, Philadelphia, Northhampton; Winter-Spring 2000-1.

“Massachusetts Academy Continues to Evolve to Survive.” Published in Worcester Magazine. September 2000.

Review of “A Mile in Cold Water” by Punk Band, Garrison. Published in Worcester Magazine. July 2000.

Member of Swarthmore Paratheater Collective. Organic Theater with Director Lars Jan. Performance: Swarthmore College, April 2000.

Member of the Jupiter Theater Collective. Organic Theater with Director Rafael Luna. Performances: Swarthmore College, April 2000.

Guitarist in “Charles Olson is Literarily a Giant.” Guitar Improvisation with Tim Albro, student of Anthony Braxton. Performance: Wesleyan University, Spring 2000.

Guitarist in “Magnificent Team.” Electronic Improvisation Performances with Turntablist DJ Still from Ipecac Recording Artists “D