No matter what I do, it always goes back to Theatre for me. It's where I found myself, and no matter what I do, it will always be where my passions lie.
But that doesn't mean it's all I do! In fact, I've been up to quite a lot offstage.
I'm in the midst of completing a one-year track at grad school -- specifically, I am pursuing a Master of Science in Management, with a concentration in Nonprofit Leadership. With a master's degree from the Daniels College of Business, I hope to integrate my creative background and leadership experience with practical business knowhow.
Four of my short stories have been published in literary magazines:
Foothills Visual & Textual Magazine:
"The Taxidermist's Wife" (2018)
In addition, I am a Reader for Denver Quarterly. The literary magazine introduced a Performance category in 2019, and I am responsible for adjudicating submissions among others on the editorial team. At the time of my appointment in November of 2019, I was the only undergraduate student on the masthead.
For the first half of 2020, I worked as a remote intern for Phi Beta Kappa's online newsletter The Key Reporter. I conducted interviews and extensive research on five articles, all of which were published on The Key Reporter's website.
"Remembering Rudolph Fischer, Leading Figure of the Harlem Renaissance." (July 28, 2020)
"Richard Maibaum's Speaking of Writing: A Must-Read for Aspiring Writers." (June 17, 2020)
"Richard Powers Wins the 2019 Pulitzer Prize." (March 24, 2020)
"At the Helm: ΦBK Member Makes Star Trek History." (March 24, 2020)
"ΦBK Student Helps Bring Performing Arts into Prisons." (March 23, 2020)