I’m a writer, editor, accessibility advocate, and video game nerd
In 2014, I co-founded a Deaf accessibility video game review site and in 2018, four years of work became Can I Play That? an online community and media site all about gaming and accessibility, created for disabled gamers, by disabled gamers.
For both sites, I serve as editor and contributor, penning articles about gaming and mental health, as well as deaf/hard of hearing accessibility in video games.
Four years of rating and reviewing video games and being part of the #a11y community has allowed accessibility and how essential it is that we do our best to ensure all people have equal access on the web, in games, and out in the world, to become the center of my life, both personally and professionally.
I’m also a fiction writer, working on completing my MFA, and I talk about mental health, video games, and accessibility/inclusion a lot on Twitter