All of my published worked, both in print and digital formats, is found here. It is derived from academics, and professional and pro-bono projects.
African American Historic Map for If These Stones Could Talk
The the map at right was produced in early 2018 for the book "If These Stones Could Talk", written by the two of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum founding members Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills.
Sourland Conservancy Geophysical Map
This large scale (40"x40") wall map was produced for the Sourland Conservancy in late 2018. Representing the geophysical and land cover attributes of the Sourland Mountain region, the map will soon be available for purchase through the Conservancy.
Sourland Conservancy Sourland Region Hiking Atlas
This paper-bound hiking atlas was produced for the Sourland Conservancy in mid 2018, and is available for sale through the Conservancy. The atlas highlights the dozens of parks and preserves in the Sourland region which feature hiking trails.
Sourland Conservancy Online Atlas
The Sourland Conservancy Online Atlas, produced for the Conservancy in mid 2018, is an application that is available to the public and highlights the many recreational, historic, and natural resource attributes of the Sourland region.
Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum Online Mapping Application for
African American Places, Culture & History
This online mapping application was produced for SSAAM in early 2018, and represents the many African American historical and cultural sites, from Virginia to Maine.
Bloustein Journal of Planning and Public Policy
“John Wesley Powell and the Arid Empire of the American West” May 16, 2014
This paper was written as a graduate student, for my History of Planning course. It was subsequently accepted into the Bloustein Journal of Planning and Public Policy.
National Historic Preservation
"The American Civil War and the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area: A Stand for Historic Land Preservation" October 2014
This paper was written as a graduate student, and submitted to National Historic Preservation, as part of their Advocacy Week, March 2015, in Washington D.C.
The paper, which earned me a place in the New Jersey NHP delegation, is here.
New Jersey Future
The following blog articles were written as a graduate intern for New Jersey Future.
Article focuses on the 6th annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference and the importance of placing economic value on ecosystems
Highlights of a conference which focused on the redevelopment of famous Holmdel Bell Labs facility, as well as the challenges faced when attempting to repurpose the many outdated office campuses scattered across the suburbia.