At the University of Amsterdam, I am affiliated with the Television and Cross-media team and the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis. I received my PhD from the Université de Montréal in 2014.
My main interests concern media aesthetics and process philosophy. Combining the two interests, my work addresses the political dimension of contemporary media aesthetics. For example, my book Figures of Time (Duke 2019) investigates how the nonlinear temporalities of recent television series align with a politics of preemption. My current project, entitled "The Aesthetics of Stealth," investigates modes of disappearance in video games, television series, and contemporary art. Parts of this research have been published in Feminist Media Studies, Critical Studies in Television and Jump Cut (all open access).
I am a co-editor of NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies (open access) and the 3Ecologies imprint at Punctum Press (open access).
At the Department of Media Studies, I teach courses in cross-media aesthetics and storytelling, video game studies, process philosophy, and media history. I also teach for the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Analysis.