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Kino-Zeit Relaunches

Fri, 09 Feb 2018 09:57:23 +0000

In December, I joined the team at Kino-Zeit,  Germany’s oldest and largest art house film magazine, as editor and social media manager. This week, we relaunched with a brand-new design and all new functionality – along with the same quality coverage of new releases, DVDs, streaming content, trailers, news, and festivals. Kino-Zeit also has a handy movie finder […]

DARK Released to Great Reviews

Sun, 03 Dec 2017 13:10:18 +0000

Dark, the first original German Netflix series, premiered on the streaming service to great reviews. The New York Times profiled director Baran Bo Odar, and The Verge says: Netflix’s Dark is hard to watch, and impossible to stop watching. The service’s first original German series echoes David Lynch and David Fincher, but finds its own […]

Happy Cows! SensaAgri Website Launches

Sat, 14 Oct 2017 17:23:26 +0000

I’m a vegetarian, but that didn’t keep me from designing,  the website for the Belcher family farm in the north of Senegal. Rick and Amanda Belcher love their animals, which they import from South Africa. The site comes with an online store, so if you’re in Senegal (and not a vegetarian), you can now order […]

4 Blocks Streams Worldwide

Wed, 04 Oct 2017 10:30:00 +0000

The hard-boiled Berlin gangster drama 4 Blocks is available on Amazon Prime, starting today. 4 Blocks is a six-part series set in Neukölln that “relies on shocking images, fast cuts, bright colors, German-Arabic slang and a hip-hop soundtrack to draw in viewers.” (DW) 4 Blocks premiered at the Berlin Film Festival and is produced by TNT […]

The Parapolis Project

Wed, 30 Aug 2017 13:44:40 +0000

Abracadabra Magic Food, the vegetarian food startup I co-launched and operate in Dakar, Senegal, was always intended as a food truck. Now, we’re collaborating with students from the Münster School of Architecture and the Institute Polytechnique Panafricain (Dakar) to develop a design concept for a sustainable, earth-friendly food truck — and build it! We concluded […]

Aquagym Photos at GOOD

Fri, 02 Jun 2017 19:30:08 +0000

Every morning from our Dakar balcony, we can hear the sound of noodles smacking on the ocean: it’s the Ngor Dolphins aquagym club exercising on the beach. You can read about why that’s special in an article Kap wrote for GOOD Magazine: A Gender Divide Melts Away In The Waters Of The Atlantic — where burkinis and board shorts […]

The Hole in the Den by Michael Martrich

Wed, 05 Apr 2017 12:09:47 +0000

Michael Martrich is a writer and musician from Pennsylvania who just published his first novel, The Hole in the Den. I was pleased to be asked to provide a blurb.  Here’s what I said: All-American alchemy! With The Hole in the Den, Michael Martrich manages the miraculous transfiguration of youthful suburban memories into something far more […]

Teaser Trailer for Netflix Series DARK

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 11:56:20 +0000

I translated scripts for all ten episodes of the upcoming TV series Dark, an appropriately-titled mystery about disappearing children in a small German town. It’s Netflix’s first original German production, and the first teaser trailer just launched. The series will be premiering this winter. Find out more about my recent translation projects.


Wed, 15 Feb 2017 11:52:54 +0000

Back when AOL Messenger was the incredible futuristic communications doodad du jour and TimeOut predicted Astoria would be the next hip New York neighborhood, one Jordan Hoffman became my editor at Fast-forward 17 years, and he’s not only a dear friend but also the official voice of Star Trek and a regular contributor to […]

Remembering Prince

Sun, 24 Apr 2016 10:39:58 +0000

One sweaty August night in 1997, Prince was strutting across the stage of the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, segueing from “Purple Rain” into “Little Red Corvette,” and I felt like I was finally done with him… Read the rest of my piece on Prince at Live for Live Music.