I’m an art historian with over 20 years art bibliographic and visual resources experience. I specialize in creating and editing metadata related to cultural objects.
I am very interested in exploring the opportunities in which digital tools and applications can impact the field of art history. Whether for classroom use, more advanced research needs, or in a museum setting, the use of digital images, mapping technologies, data visualization techniques, and multimedia programs will become increasingly important.
As both an art historian and visual resources professional, I am uniquely positioned to assist faculty, students, curators and publishers in using these technologies by providing training and guidance, as well as offering creative research services with subject expertise. This includes building digital collections, managing digital projects, and developing services in support of research, teaching, and learning.
This blog is a place for me to show examples of work that interest and inspire me, connect with others interested in digital humanities, and ponder the future of art history scholarship in the digital realm.