My teaching practices run across disciplines and fields of study, using multiple methods for invoking curiosity and exploration. As a scholar, artist, teacher, and multi-modal media maker doing queer justice design, my research, teaching, and artistic work focus on re-imagining the unquestioned systems and practices that make livable lives inaccessible to particular bodies, through a hands-on, critical practice founded in queer, antiracist pedagogy, and integrated media art to produce new knowledge and design practices.

I teach with and through traditional taught courses (seminars, lectures, and studio-based courses), as well as through one-off experimental workshops, learn-a-concept series-workshops, and semester-long undergraduate working groups.

Taught Courses

Working Groups


Pedagogy and other interesting teaching tidbits