As a scholar, my work explores the intersections of rhetoric, technology, and media studies, with accompanying interest in games, digital learning, digital creativity, and digital pedagogy. I have published scholarship in both print and digital venues as well as in print and digital formats (i.e., traditional academic writing vs. emergent forms of digital scholarship). In additional to traditional and nontraditional articles, I most recently published my book, Post-Digital Rhetoric and The New Aesthetic.

My current research project, which is still in the early stages, focuses on models and methods for deploying digital literacies / digital creativity across the curriculum. This work is grounded in my ongoing experiences of working with the creative technology industry as well as in the narratives and challenges of the writing across the curriculum movement.