Writer, editor, documentary producer, curator. Editor at Harper's, Channels, Americana Magazine. Published in The NY Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Boston Globe, Travel and Leisure, Town and Country, Artnews, Art and Auction, among others. Also in the websites Black Voices, The Root, Artinfo.
Eiko and Koma are a Japanese husband-and-wife team that creates sometimes-serene, sometimes-intense dances. Though their background lies in Butoh, Eiko and Koma make laconic distinctions between themselves and post-war Japan's "dance of utter darkness." With names like "Grain," "Beam," and "Land, Win
I am a musical performer and scholar of music and dance. I am currently completing my master's degree in Ethnomusicology. I study and perform regularly on bass (both electric and upright), as well as Morin Khuur (Horse-Head Fiddle, from Inner Mongolia). While I primarily play jazz, I have experience