SPEAKER, WRITER, GAME INDUSTRY SPECIALIST
I am an Assistant Professor of Media Industries at New York University, specializing in historical, cultural, and economic analysis of the video game and computer industries.
My research has been featured in popular venues such as The Atlantic, Flash Forward Podcast, Motherboard, and NPR, as well as academic journals such as Game Studies, The American Journal of Play, and Journal of Visual Culture.
RECENT EVENTS + GOINGS ON
Shall Make, Shall Be: The Bill of Rights at Play
Ten games exploring the first ten amendments of the US Constitution. Explore the art and games exhibition I've been working on with John Sharp and R. Luke DuBois, launching July 4th at Federal Hall in NYC.
How the Personal Computer Broke the Human Body
"Decades before 'Zoom fatigue' broke our spirits, the so-called computer revolution brought with it a world of pain previously unknown to humankind." Check out my latest long read, over at Motherboard.
Photo credit | Nina Dolgin