The Oscars and the American Dream

Finding platforms that embellish our own ideals and impound our previously subscribed to beliefs is simple in today’s media-saturated climate. We can read, watch and listen in silos of our own creation without being forced to contextualize what is being said. But film as a medium isn’t so lenient in its approach. It is, at … Continue reading The Oscars and the American Dream

The Future of History: The Impending Reality of An Alternative Past

Political divisions were once all about spin. When presented with specific facts, polls or data sets, each Party created messaging most suitable to their base. And so the pendulum of political debate swung in a predictable pattern based on a commentary war. And while the Left and the Right still differentiate themselves based on created … Continue reading The Future of History: The Impending Reality of An Alternative Past

Podcasting & Perfecting the Media Machine

My former morning routine looked something like - check email, refresh Twitter three times, part-read/part-skim/part-scroll over a dozen or so articles. Repeat and then finally head out the door. My new routine is much more streamlined - open up my podcast app and start getting ready for my day. Yes, I’m one of ‘those’ Millennials … Continue reading Podcasting & Perfecting the Media Machine