The Stock Bio
Philip Grace is a Texas-based writer and content curator who has also called the take-no-prisoners suburban spreads of central New Jersey and the bedroom community of New York City home. He received his B.A. in comparative literature from Princeton University in 2009, where he studied French, Arabic, and German and conducted independent research on post-colonial French literature and the history and theory of media technologies. After graduation, he began a doctoral program in art history at Columbia University to further his research in the transnational history of media and communications before transitioning into the school’s career education center, where he advised students and managed domestic and international internship programs. He left higher education in March 2015 to focus full time on building Outlas and other security-related projects.
Philip’s writing interests span human rights, identity, media, and culture, and his modest collection of work can be found on his Contently page. When he has time to open a tab in life that’s not news- or data-related, he enjoys travel, languages, hiking, composing music, dance, tennis, and his Dallas Cowboys and Brooklyn Nets.