No, but "for the serious" I'm a nomadic, social enterprise invested, urban media scholar. Briefly, I was an Advertising grad student at SMU. When I was in Dallas, I was working on an ethnography about the effects of tattoo consumption on social identity mediation. My specific research interests revolve around the production, consumption, and impact of antiblack(ness) images and messaging found in commercial media in Asia and South America. Well, that and figuring out what sort of marketing is required for global movements in response to extraterrestrial travel or conquest.
Since I've returned to Austin, I've been a research consultant on a book project about marketplace discrimination and drafting pamphlets about social justice, liberation, coexistence, and community empowerment.
I'm preparing to enter a new grad program next year to study philosophy. I'd like to get my doctorate in Advertising or Business Ethics or urban planning or and form a cooperative think-tank for bottom-up social innovation in urbanized spaces.
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