The 22nd issue of Transformations: Journal of Media & Culture on Hyperaesthetics is finally out. It just happens that it features my essay “Sensory Regimes in TV Marketing: Boardwalk Empire’s Chromatic Enhancement and Digital Aesthetics” where I discuss how color creates a cohesive identity for Martin Scorsese’s show, while also being employed as a means to pre-emptively encourage affective bonds between the audience and the series in advance of broadcasting.

This is the first essay out of my new research project, am quite proud of it.