Favorite films

  • The Beaches of Agnès
  • Ernest & Celestine
  • A Spot for Frog
  • Thine Own Self

Recent activity

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  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery


  • Tuvalu


  • Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy


Pinned reviews

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon


    to visit planet earth, you will have to be born as a human child…”

    so much pain in the world can be traced back to the way adults rarely respect kids as the full, complex, deeply thinking-and-feeling human beings that they are, in those formative early years of our lives during which we first try to understand what it means to be a person, to experience and express emotion—to process fear, sadness, love, vulnerability, and everything in between. which makes…

  • Thine Own Self

    Thine Own Self

    hello friends! for the past five months, I've been hard at work creating this 6-minute experimental animated short film about gender & identity. this was my first time doing claymation as well as composing an original score for my work, and I'm proud of how it turned out (as well as relieved to have finally finished! 😅)

    many thanks to my peers and the wonderful faculty in my grad program at Syracuse, as well as my friends and family for all…

Recent reviews

  • Happy Together

    Happy Together


    “i had no regrets until i met you. now my regrets could kill me.”

    inaugural meeting of the grad student film club with a great pick from my friend Sarah!

    a tale of toxic entanglement full of pain and emotional undercurrents, moods & images that stick in your mind—loved it more on this second viewing!

  • Enchanted



    you have such strange ideas about love…”

    revisited because of the Disenchanted teaser trailer giving me nostalgia ✨ 

    still incredibly entertaining and a family crowd-pleaser through and through… the dramatic structure follows a textbook tired-but-true formula down to the last beat, but applies it with a fresh concept that i remember blew my mind as a nine year old back in 2007. watching it now, the gender politics are regressive in an infantilizing “Born Sexy Yesterday” type of way, and…

Popular reviews

  • Stargirl



    I wish I liked this movie more, but the good news is that while watching this I downloaded an app called Penguin Isle and began some very important work on raising a colony of penguins, so in the coming weeks, I will be content to stay indoors and wait out this pandemic while tending to my penguin children

  • Love, Death & Robots: Sonnie's Edge

    Love, Death & Robots: Sonnie's Edge

    when I heard Netflix was doing an animated adult sci-fi anthology I was incredibly excited! went into this first episode expecting to love it... but 15 minutes later, I was left not only unconvinced, but doubtful that I'll be watching any more of the series. 

    personally I was turned off by the superficial, poorly written, misogynistic dystopian vision on display here. despite a surface-level impulse to disguise itself as a feminist critique of patriarchal institutions, the episode remains rooted in…