2015 - 2017

Jenny (Craig). Theatrical production, the Crescent Underground Theater, 2017.

  • Digital Media Center for the Arts Interdisciplinary Arts Award, 2017; St. Anthony Hall Educational Foundation Grant, 2017; The Creative and Performing Arts Award, Yale University, 2017

Jenny (Craig)

Jenny and her boyfriend Craig take a night together to destress from the college applications process. The TV’s on. Their minds are off. But when Craig falls asleep, Jenny’s mind goes into overdrive. In comes Jenny’s alter-ego, Bibbe, who is like Jenny in every way except her race. 

The world of Jenny (Craig) was developed over three years through two short stories, a book of collage, a short film, and a play that incorporates live surveillance video.


Tactic (TV). Video, color, sound. 2016. 
  • The Creative and Performing Arts Award, Yale University, 2016

Jenny’s Diary [Selections]. 8” x 11”. Concertina sketchbook, ink, watercolor, crayon, pencil, cotton fabric, stamps, pantyhose packaging, stickers, business cards, vellum, found photographs. 2016.
  • The Construction of Whiteness exhibition, curated by Claudia Rankine, 2016.


Deep down, Craig knows that pet ventriloquism is still seen as a notch beneath puppeteering, his first love.

Jenny (Craig). Yale Literary Magazine, 2016.

My limited experience with vulnerability probably stems from observing Jennie and Craig’s honestly scary romance. And of course, my mother and father’s relationship – which isn’t a relationship so much as a pizza party with only calzones.

Cusp. Yale Literary Magazine, 2015.