Copyediting / Proofreading / Indexing
1116 Massachusetts Ave. • Lexington MA 02420
voice 781-674-2926 • cell 781-424-6771 • fax 781-674-2930 • e-mail [email protected]
Freelance editing, proofreading, writing, research, and indexing services
Member: American Society of Indexers • Emerson & Thoreau Societies • Phi Beta Kappa
Université de Paris, General Curriculum
Columbia University, M.A., cum laude, Romance Languages & Literatures
Harvard College, A.B., magna cum laude. Phi Beta Kappa
Sweetbriar Junior Year, Université de Paris, mention bien
Phillips Exeter Academy, Classical Diploma
2004 - present. Proofreading, Copy Editing, and Indexing Experience
§ Michael Sperber, M.D., Henry David Thoreau: Cycles and Psyche, Higganum Hill Books, 2004. Editor, proofreader and indexer.
§ Thomas Stumpf, A Sounding Mirror: Courage and Music in Our Time, HHB, 2005. Editor, proofreader and indexer.
§ François Specq, Transcendence: Seers and Seekers in the Age of Thoreau, HHB, 2006. Editor, translator, proofreader and indexer.
§ Henry Thoreau, Walden: A Fully Annotated Edition, Yale University Press, 2004. Indexer. (Index nominated for ASI's Wilson Award.)
Art Translations from French (selected)
Eric Michaud, "The Real as a Primal Scene (A Note on Art and Devouring)," Utopia Post Utopia, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1988
(Edited and translated)
Robert Benayoun, The Look of Buster Keaton,
NY: St. Martin's Press, 1983
Pier Paolo Pasolini, "The Cinema of Poetry," in Bill Nichols, ed., Movies and Methods, Berkeley: U of California Press, 1976
French (read, write, speak, translate)
§ Published historian and literary scholar.
§ Creative background in arts, humanities, and award-winning filmmaking.
§ High-level experience as a senior-level writer-editor for print and web in corporate and marketing communications.
literary history & criticism
screenplay format; film history and criticism
Additional Professional Background
History Panelist, N.E.H., Media Program
Nominator, The Sundance Institute
Regional Juror, American Film Festival