Sound American 23
In August, 2019, I went to visit id m theft able in his hometown of Portland, Maine. Driving along Middle Jam Road, he showed me some of his favorite places to practice outdoors. We stopped by a low-humming water dam and walked through the woods to an abandoned gunpowder mill where he once hosted a performance. We took silly pictures of each other and kicked sand off deserted mountainous dunes he fondly referred to as the “alien planet.” My stay concluded with a three-hour conversation conducted in the ground-floor apartment of a 20-year old compound built by his great-grandfather that he currently shares with several family members. It is excerpted here.

Wet Ink Archive
I wrote an essay tracing and reflecting on the past 4 years of developing a personal language for the Wet Ink Ensemble‘s inaugural Archives Series. This process was an amazing opportunity to reflect and articulate some of my most meaningful developments to this date.

BOMB Magazine
I was interviewed by my dear friend and collaborator Conrad Tao for BOMB Magazine, published September 6, 2018.