is a co-founder of the Climate Futures Collective ︎ study group, which focuses on texts critically engaging with topics ranging from decolonization and Indigenous sovereignties to racial capitalism, border policies, grassroots movements, and all their various intersections with global climate change.

His art-based practice is Hillside Slides ︎.


research areas:

contemporary art, documentary photography, socially engaged art, environmental film, global studies, political ecology, decolonization, land use, cultural geography, climate change