/// COEXIST (FAST COMPANY)
“These Oddly Lovely Photographs of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste” // November 2012 // Art feature
“Ironic Roadkill Taxidermy Explores Our Troubled Relationship with a Disappearing Natural World” // July 2012 // Art feature
“Turning Apples into Alternative Energy, and Surreal Photographs” // September 2012 // Artist interview
“Luzinterruptus Creates Stunning Light Installations to Call Attention to Urban Decay” // August 2012 // Art feature
“Cataloging Sonic Artifacts at the Museum of Endangered Sounds” // July 2012 // Art feature
“Mesmerizing Photographs of Birds Caught in Nets: Imagery at the Intersection of Nature and Science” // July 2012 // Art feature
/// FILTER MAGAZINE
“This Is 40? The Spiritually Triumphant Films of Harmony Korine” // Issue 51 // Spring 2013 //Feature interviews with Harmony Korine and James Franco
“Milo Turns 50: Descendents Grow Up, Whether They Want To Or Not” // Issue 50 // January 2013 // Cover story and interview
“Misquoting Adam Scott” // Issue 46 // Holiday 2011 // Actor profile and interview
“Over The Influence: Beck Drives Charlotte Gainsburg to Create Her Own Legacy” // Issue 39 // Winter 2010 Cover story and interview // Photos by Michael Muller
“Sleepless Nights with Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse and Dark Night of the Soul” // Issue 36 // Summer 2009 // Feature
/// BULLETT MAGAZINE
“It Girl: Mary Elizabeth Winstead” // Summer 2012 // Actor profile
“Lessons from the Master: Another View” // Spring 2012 // Feature and moderated interview between John Cale and James Blake
GOOD 023 The Cities Issue: Starring Los Angeles // My favorite issue (and the final one) that I worked on as editor of GOOD // I oversaw every editorial aspect of the issue, from honing of the idea for the theme to the assigning and editing stories to working alongside designers to bring it to life. I also drafted that snappy intro copy.
/// CLIPPERBLOG: ESPN’S TRUEHOOP NETWORK
“Crime and Punishment and Ballgames” // Winter 2012 // An essay on the absurdly named (and oddly refereed) “groin altercation” between Serge Ibaka and Blake Griffin.
/// LA WEEKLY
“Rapper Clive Aden Seeks to Overcome His Circumstances” // April 2013 // Print + Web // West Coast Sound
/// THE ORGANIST (a co-production of THE BELIEVER & KCRW)
“Episode 4: Richard, the Angel of Death” // I spoke to Isis Acquarian, the official historian of The Source Family. They were an iconic peace-and-love-espousing cult that lived in the Hollywood Hills in the early 1970s, wore robes, ran a successful vegetarian restaurant to the stars, made psychedelic records, rode around in a Rolls Royce, and followed their bearded leader Father Yod with spiritual devotion. They’re also the subject of a new documentary by Jodi Wille and Maria Demopoulus, out this month in cities around the country. I spoke to Isis about her time with the Family, what it was like to leave behind one identity for another, and how she handled experiencing all of that through the lens of a camera.