Read2In addition to my own blog, I am a regular contributor to The Federalist, where I pen art criticism, essays, and exhibition reviews, and to Aleteia, where I look at the intersection of Catholicism and popular culture. You can read my past and current posts by visiting my author page on their sites:

The Federalist
Author Page

Author Page

I have also been quoted or linked to in many publications, and have written book reviews for numerous authors and publishing houses. A sampling of my work appears below. If you are interested in having me write a piece for your publication, please use the Contact tab to get in touch.

Da Vinci’s “Battle of Anghiari”: Is Vasari in the Way?

The Carl Schmitt Foundation
Popular blogger reviews talk on The Vision of Beauty

The Catholic Herald
The Capuchin with a Gentle Heart

The Catholic Herald
Why Catholics Can’t Trust Wikipedia

Catholic Tourist
Cities, Art, and the Self: On the Virtues of Visiting Museums When Traveling

The Curt Jester
Thou Shall Not Suffer A Bad Web Designer

The Dawn Patrol
Knight and Pages

Deseret News
Why Is Pope Francis a Media Darling?

The Faithful Traveler
La Morenita de Montserrat

Georgetown Patch
Artistic Imagery for St. Valentine’s Day

Juicy Ecumenism
Why Protestants Should Care About Church Architecture

The Kernel
Preaching to the Connected

The National Civic Arts Society
Eisenhower Memorial Competition 2011

New Liturgical Movement
Advent Stations in Washington DC

Real Clear Religion
When Will the Media Turn On Pope Francis?

Rupert Alexander (Artist)
The Work of Rupert Alexander

Washington City Paper
Loose Lips: 5 Building Ideas From the Mayoral Architecture Debate