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2019

ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS and PROFILES:

FEBRUARY 2019:

[Feature Article] DigBoston: Here’s to a “Million” more: Legendary Harvard Square comic book shop, The Million Year Picnic, celebrates 45 years of independence LINK

APRIL 2019:

[Feature Article] DigBoston: Allston Living Room Read: Where Queer Stories and More Take The Floor.  LINK

[Article] The Brookline TAB: “Brookline Youth Awards recognize student altruism” LINK

MAY 2019:

[Article] The Brookline TAB: ‘Da Vinci Code’ author drops gems in Brookline talk LINK

JUNE 2019:

[Featured Article] DigBoston: “From Morrison to METCO: The Black Experience at RoxFilm 2019, Festival Report.” LINK

JULY 2019:

[Profile] The Brookline TAB: “From medicine to literature: Brookline author gets some ‘Distance’ with debut novel” LINK

AUGUST 2019:

[Profile] The Brookline TAB: “Gender Bending Fashion: See Brookline resident featured in MFA exhibit.” LINK

FILMOGRAPHY:

[MUSIC VIDEO] “Voicemail for Jill” by Amanda Palmer, directed by Amber Sealey, featured extra LINK

2018

ARTICLES and PROFILES:

MARCH 2018:

[Profile] The Brookline TAB: Meet Brookline’s Woman of the Year: Artbarn’s Chloe Lara-Russack LINK

MAY 2018:

[Feature Article] DigBoston: Boys on the Side: JP’s Guy-free Film Night is the Perfect Post-Weinstein Outpost LINK

NOVEMBER 2018:

[Article/Review] DigBoston: Understanding and Remembering: on “Antonio Lopez 1970LINK

DECEMBER 2018:

[Feature Article] DigBoston: Remixed and Upcycled: How Nicole Lyons of Lola’s Urban Vintage Creates and Sells in Boston LINK

2017

ARTICLES and PROFILES:

JANUARY 2017:

[Feature Article] BUST MAGAZINE: How GRRL HAUS CINEMA Is Advocating for Women Filmmakers. One Indie at A Time LINK

AUGUST 2017:

[Feature Article] WBUR The Artery: The Lucy Parsons Center, Where Boston’s Radicals Shop for Books LINK

OCTOBER 2017:

[Feature Article] The Brookline TAB: Your next old-new favorite record might be found at Brookline’s Village Vinyl LINK

NOVEMBER 2017:

[Interview/Q&A] DigBoston: Cheap Thrills: Small Biz Saturday is Another Excuse to Explore This Hidden Vinyl Mine LINK

DECEMBER 2017:

[Feature Article] The Brookline TAB: Rowling, Poetry, and ’70s Kids: Commemorating 40 years of The Children’s Book Shop LINK

[Interview/Q&A] DigBoston: Dudley Roots: Kai Grant of Black Market in Roxbury on Creating, Shopping, and Selling with a Purpose  LINK

 

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2016

ARTICLES and PROFILES:

MARCH 2016:

[Profile] The Improper Bostonian: Drawing Attention. LINK

FILMOGRAPHY:

[TV] Vinyl, (HBO) featured extra, Hannibal Concert go-er, episode “The Racket” (aired March 6, 2016), casting by Grant Wilfey Casting

[FILM] Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Paramount Pictures), directed by Dave Green, Grand Central Terminal commuter extra (theatrically released June 2016), casting by Grant Wilfey Casting

2015

FILMOGRAPHY:

[TV] Orange is The New Black (Netflix), inmate

2014

ARTICLES and PROFILES:

HelloBeautiful: ‘New Slaves’ to the N-Word: Why Piers Morgan Mostly Had A Valid Point. LINK

2013

ARTICLES and PROFILES:

The Source: Review: “Talk a Good Game” by Kelly Rowland

The Female Rap Award Category: Needed or Let It Go?

JETMAG.com: Year in Review: Can Feminism Be Integrated?

Opinion: Is This an R&B Renaissance?

2012

ARTICLES and PROFILES:

[UNAVAILABLE] Vibe VixenGentleman’s Corner: Ne-Yo Talks ‘R.E.D.’ Album, Working with Sia, and MJ’s ‘Bad 25’

[UNAVAILABLE] The Jane DoughGeneral Petraeus Is Nowhere to be Found in Coverage of the Petraeus Coverage

[UNAVAILABLE] BlackBookLuke James Talks Writing Songs, the state of R&B, and ‘Whispers in the Dark

[UNAVAILABLE] BlackBookKendra Morris: “I Was Born to Sing”

2011

PAPER: “Stand Up Guy” (credited as Stylist’s Assistant) LINK

[UNAVAILABLE] The TURN MagBeyonce “Who Run the World (Girls)” Video Review

[UNAVAILABLE] The TURN MagMusic (After-Life): New Aaliyah for 2012

[UNAVAILABLE] BlackBookV V Brown on Fame, Politics, and the Globalization of Music

[UNAVAILABLE] BlackBookPatrick Stump on His New Album and Life After Fall Out Boy

Contently LINK

Including: [Q&A] Boston Hassle: “Went There: “PRIED @ The Society of Arts and Crafts.” LINK

and

[Interview/Q&A] Boston Hassle: Went There: The Art of Paper at “Pulp + Process.” A Q&A with curator Sam Aldrich LINK

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