About

My interest in museums, digital media, and education stems from a need to understand how digital repositories and interactive media can connect disparate groups and influence culture and creativity on a whole.

Currently, I am the digital production manager at CyArk working with a team of developers to digitally document and archive world heritage sites. I am also a PhD candidate in “Digital Heritage” in the History of Art and Visual Culture and Engineering departments at UCSC and lecturer at MIT’s Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative. Finally, I am a proud member of Women Who Code, UC Robotics Club, and Drinking about Museums.

This blog is a collection of videos, images, and text relating to new technologies in a museum setting. I plan to experiment and practice what I am writing about and researching in hopes of gaining a better understanding of this emerging field.

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“…playing hopscotch across illusory divides in the intertidal zone between technology and spirituality, science and art, self and other, individual and collective.” -Michael Garfield

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