We Both Laughed in Pleasure: The Selected Diaries of Lou Sullivan
Co-edited with Zach Ozma
Nightboat Books, 2019.
Photographic Collection Cataloger
Oakland Museum of California, 2019 – 2020
PLURALS: Joel Gregory + KC Crow Maddux
Pentacle Coffee, 2020
Digitization Project Archivist
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Historical Society, 2018
Collections Project Coordinator
Mills College Art Museum, 2017 – 2018
Mills College Art Museum, 2016 – 2017
Interpretive Media Intern
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Summer 2016
Mills College Art Museum, 2015 – 2017
F.W. Olin Library, 2015 – 2017
Visual & Critical Studies
Bachelor of Arts, Mills College
Looking Portraits: Red
Official Selection: Trans Stellar Film Festival (2018)
Visibility often involves being seen, but what about seeing? Eleven video portraits themed around looking, stillness & the color red. The project attempts to complicate the trans vernacular through the use of red descriptors.
The Things We Did & Didn't Do
Official Selection: San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (2016)
I thought we were gay cowboys?
And other caveats-in-love.
Transgender Studies Quarterly: Lou Sullivan and the Future of Gay Sex, Ellis Martin and Zach Ozma.
Bay Area Reporter: Trans District Art Installation Opens, John Ferrannini.
The New Yorker: Lou Sullivan's Diaries are a Radical Testament to Trans Happiness, Jeremy Lybarger.
Hyperallergic: A Trans Activist’s Memoir Is a Monumental Contribution to Queer History, Caden Mark Gardner.
Slate: The Pleasure of Being Lou, Crispin Long.
LitHub: How Lou Sullivan’s Journals Enrich the History of Trans Literature, Callum Angus.
BookForum: Peel Slowly and See, Charlie Markbreiter.
The Atlantic: Ways of Being, Stephanie Burt.
Living in This Queer Body: We Have Always Been Here: A Mini-Episode Featuring the Diaries of Lou Sullivan.
The New Inquiry: You Make Me Swoon.
The Paris Review: Memory of a Queer Revolutionary.
Lambda Literary: Desire and Discovery in 1970s San Francisco, William Johnson.
them.: Lou Sullivan's Diaries Show the Transformative Power of Queer History, Amos Mac.
Nightboat Blog: An Interview With Zach Ozma & Ellis Martin, June Shanahan.
Ribbon Around a Bomb: Excerpts from We Both Laughed in Pleasure
GCN: Devastating and Inspiring Diaries of HIV Positive Gay Transgender Activist Published, Deirbhile Brennan.
Bay Area Reporter: Diaries Reveal Hidden Worlds for Museums, Matthew S. Bajko.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: New Book Chronicles Life of Wauwatosa Native, Writer and Trans Historian in His Own Words, Karen Pilarski.
SFMOMA Open Space: Genre Wormhole #1: Archive For Future Memories", Lauren Levin.