I’m an Assistant Professor of English at College of Charleston where my research and teaching focus on digital rhetoric, multimodal composition, and composition theory.

My published research primarily focuses on the literate development of writers in relation to writing environments and technologies. I’m especially interested in the development and practice of digital literacies in everyday writing contexts.

Through study of the technological, material, and ideological dimensions of everyday processes, I am committed to developing a more complete picture of how writers’ everyday interactions with materials (platforms, networks, devices, formats, locations) influence what they know about writing and do when writing.

That research directly informs my teaching, especially in the Writing, Rhetoric, and Publication undergraduate writing program at the College. That’s especially the case in courses that focus on digital content production, digital rhetoric, and technical writing.

On this site, you can find a selected list of my publications and published research studies and a complete list of the courses I’ve taught.

A copy of my C.V. is available here.