I earned my Master of Arts in English, rhetoric and composition from Florida State University in May 2020 while working as a graduate assistant in the College Composition Program. My assistantship duties included teaching sections of ENC 1101 and 2135, tutoring at Florida State's Reading-Writing Center, consulting at the Digital Studio, and, most recently, an administrative position as the Computer Writing Classroom (CWC) Coordinator.
My interests include public and private writing, writing center and digital studio studies, narrative theory, social movement rhetorics, and visual rhetorics. My work is informed by lenses of identity, queer theory, critical race theory, and feminism.
While I have an academic background in pedagogy, communication and rhetorical studies, and critical theory, I am also an experienced editor and designer with a demonstrated history in the fields of copywriting, copyediting, and document design and have also earned a Graduate Certificate in Publishing and Editing. I write creatively every once in awhile, too—primarily poetry and creative nonfiction. In my free time, I'm developing my skills in web design, where I am learning languages such as HTML and CSS. My current proficiencies are in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop.
You can find me exploring local coffee shops, listening to music—on Spotify or at a local venue—and/or watching the latest series to hit streaming platforms; if I'm not reading or writing, that is. I can also be found through the contact information provided beneath my photo.