I am a writer and aspiring music journalist based in New Albany, Indiana.
Since the launch of my independent music blog, ”Mac Hears Music” in 2017, I have written about the Louisville music landscape, Bloomington music landscape, and beyond.
My words have appeared at WIUX.org and The Horizon newspaper; additionally, I have been involved in student radio since 2017. I'm currently a radio DJ at Horizon Radio as well as a contributor for The Horizon newspaper.
I attended The Media School at Indiana University Bloomington for two semesters during 2018, but transferred to Indiana University Southeast in 2019. I'll be graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Media in the fall of 2019.
Besides writing about music and entertainment, I also enjoy focusing my journalistic efforts towards environmental issues.
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View my resume under 'CV' below.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (317) 696-8440
A group of over 30 people joined together at 8th Street Pizza in New Albany on Jan. 24 to put three hours of their Sunday toward learning about solutions to climate change.
The management practices in Indiana state forests adhere to national and international sustainability criteria, but controversy regarding logging regulations of public forestland remains intact.
Noise pop trio Cherry Glazerr has delivered once again, and this time with self-aware despondency. The grunge-rock band released their second studio album, Apocalipstick, in January 2017 and held back, well, nothing.
Diving head first into an introspective art-soul sound, Saba's second studio album, , cuts open fresh old wounds with interchangeable beats, a variety of flows, and immersive storytelling.
ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS
5 Tips for making the most of Thunder Over Louisville on April 13, and kicking off the Kentucky Derby Festival.
On Tuesday, March 19, Frank Oz spoke to a packed house about his career with The Muppets and Sesame Street, as well as his days as a director and experiences working with Jim Henson and George Lucas.
A room full of hundreds of Lego creations and tens of thousands of Lego bricks is a wonderland in the eyes of Lego lovers alike. BrickUniverse Lego Fan Convention showcased that wonderland at the Kentucky International Convention Center in downtown Louisville on Jan. 19 and 20.