Photo: Paras Griffin

I believe 

MUSIC, ART, AND CULTURE TELL THE STORIES OF OUR LIVES.

The music makers and artists, the filmmakers and photographers, the architects and playwrights, the activists and advocates, the poets and politicians, the dreamers and thinkers—their work helps us see the beauty and fragility of the world and to discover ways we can make a difference in the lives of those around us. Every story has a purpose. I report on music, film, art and culture trends, celebrities and influencers, and the songs we cannot live without. I hope sharing these stories will inspire us to think, act, and grow.

About me:

I am an international journalist, writer, and digital producer whose work has been published regularly since 1992. In addition, I have more than a decade of experience in senior-level director roles involving communications teams, marketing campaigns, media relations, social impact, celebrity and social media influencers, networking, high-level events, PR, and fundraising for nonprofit organizations. My writing appears in print and digital publications such as The New York Times, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, and Newsweek, among many others. 

RECENT RADIO APPEARANCES
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Joining “A Closer Look” to talk about race and racial identity is Emory professor of political science and author Michael Leo Owens and freelance journalist Kristi York Wooten, who’s writing focuses on music and popular culture and also writes about global affairs, Africa and activism.

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A recent story in the Atlantic describes “Atlanta’s growing reputation as futuristic cinema’s go-to city.” Author Kristi Wooten joins guest host Bradley George to talk about why the city’s architecture makes it a dream setting for directors with a dystopian vision.

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