I work as the head of digital media at CyArk, a non-profit that digitally documents and archives world heritage sites in collaboration with UNESCO and ICOMOS, currently focusing on emergency documentation for at-risk heritage in the Middle East. In addition, I co-organize and teach a course at MIT’s Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative and I am a proud member of Women Who Code, UC Robotics Club, and Drinking about Museums.
Intangible/tangle heritage, software studies, virtual heritage, digital preservation, and globalization
Education and Training:
M.A. Tufts University, Art History
B.A. Wheaton College, Art History