“When I write a review, it is sometimes the only review, and therefore the only historical documentation that a specific artistic event occurred. I hope to fill the information gap. After all, journalism is in service of the people — those who are living now and those who have yet to be born.”
I was recently featured by Atlanta Daybook in their “4 Questions” journalists spotlight, and the statement above is a quote from that interview. I enjoyed getting to think about why I do what I do, because so often people assume journalists’ motives and never ask. It was fun to be answering questions, instead of asking them. I started to think about what I would want in an answer if I was conducting the interview, but ultimately I just had to tell my truth. Check it out!