In addition to writing about film and television, I have also penned a number of personal nonfiction essays for a variety of online publications. In these essays, I use my personal narrative to tap into compelling and relatable experiences like growing up, building a career, and first loves.


Hello Giggles

"How Panic! at the Disco Has Helped Me Bridge the Gap Between My Past and Current Selves"

Panic! at the Disco is the band that takes me back to who I was at 16 and 18 - and that's not such a bad thing.

"What I Learned When I Accidentally Told my Boyfriend I Loved Him"

In college, I accidentally said the "l" word to my boyfriend. Here's what happened.


"I'm A Writer?"

I've wanted to be a writer from a very young age, but once I achieved my dream, impostor syndrome set in. Now I'm tackling that impostor syndrome head-on in an attempt to feel more secure in my dream career.



"When Should You Stop Being A Fan Of Your Favorite TV Show?"

This is a question I grapple with on a weekly — if not daily — basis. I love television; I’ve loved television for a good chunk of my life. But, despite my best intentions to stick with a television show until the bitter — or wonderful — end, I often don’t.