My research and writing relies on participatory action research (PAR) and research through design (RtD)—methods that centre experience and social history, and emphasize collective inquiry, experimentation, knowledge-creation, and social change.

1. A Performative Response to Sites of Surveillace: The Gorilla Park Project.

multi-media exhibition and paper on sound, artificial intelligence, community organizing and gentrification. (Journal for Artistic Research)

2. Master’s in Sociology research paper. (PDF) 

on how urban social movements use creativity and innovation through DIY-urbanism.

3. Co-design handbook. (PDF)
a community planning study case and action-toolkit on how to collaboratively re-design a green space with kids.

4. gentrifier, i. (PDF)
a research-creation project on the materiality of gentrification—using poetry and sound generated from rocks, sand, and soil.

5. Missed Connections: urban spacetime egagement through games. (PDF)
a craigslist’s missed connection-inspired literature review on social encounter, connection, and engagement through time- and location-sensitive technology and games in public space.

6. Determinants of social protest in Mexico. (PDF)
a quantitative study that explores: why do people take to the streets?

7. Guerilla gardening zine. (PDF)
a colourful guide on how to plant food in urban spaces.

8. Covidcene Journals. (PDF)
a research-creation project that rethinks the intersections of socially engaged art and public pedagogy.

9. Fire Emojis: Queerness and Online (sexual) Harrassment.
An article for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center exploring online flirting and consent.