I am a multimedia arts journalist working as a freelance writer for several publications, including Paste and Relix magazines. I received my M.A. in Arts Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University covering the Spoleto U.S.A. Festival in Charleston for The Post & Courier newspaper. I served as an editorial intern for International Musician, the official journal of the American Federation of Musicians in 2010. Before joining the Goldring Arts Journalism program at Syracuse, I worked three years as a community editor at a newspaper in Northeast Tennessee, freelanced for regional magazines and interned at Atlanta magazine. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Journalism and Electronic Media. I’m also interested in film and have a minor in a cinema studies. In addition to music and cinema, I am obsessed with pop culture, tennis (a Fed Fan Forever), and all things Irish. I’m currently a professional nomad. I’m proud to be a Tennessee girl, but looking for adventure in a new city–my only criteria for this future place is that it hosts a lot of concerts.
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