Wesley is a cultural theorist and theater designer, currently pursuing a PhD  in Theatre and Performance at Columbia University. He writes on the eroticism of wind, the hapticity of blue, and the temporality of gardens among other trivialities. More generally, his work attends to the bodily impact of ordinary affects, the chronotopic history of queerness, and the mutually-constitutive relay between sensation, subjectivity, and sociality. His related interests include phenomenology, eco-criticism, and the techno-cultural history of light. 

He has also worked in New York City as a freelance scenic and lighting designer for theater and live performance. His designs have been seen at Off-Broadway and indie theaters, including Pershing Square Signature Center, Theater Row, American Theater of Actors, The Tank, Theater for the New City, Under St. Marks, The Brick, and more. 

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