As They Walk Through the Door - Entropy

If It Comes in Pink I Want It - Literary Orphans

Find Your Happy Place - Lunch Ticket

Still Life With Freckles - Gravel

Everyone's a Winner - Boston Accent Lit

I Throw Shade on Other People's Children Like My Mama Did  - BLUNTMoms

Un | Fixed Homeland: How Art is Making Me a Guyana Girl Again - Ragazine

Love Letters: Levittown, New York - Huffington Post

How Wrestling is Saving My Marriage - Role/Reboot

Colifatos - Barely South Review

Back Dam - Drunken Boat


In 2016, shortly before the presidential election, my youngest daughter woke up one day with messy hair. She had an uncanny resemblance to Trump. I looked at my oldest daughter and realized she had an uncanny resemblance to Hillary Clinton. With the help of our friends Michael Poley and Elizabeth Kozup, the photo series Lady and the Trump was born.



In June 2014, I helped plan a cash mob for a struggling Levittown stationery store owner named Avi Gandhi. We had our friends Liz Morrison and Katherine Rodriguez volunteer to film it. Here's the resulting short doc, Cash Mob for Avi,  that raised over $20,000 from people all over the world: