Currently, I am working on two digital projects. The first is a digital documentary editing project of the papers of Ellen Swallow Richards. Second, I am working on a prototype network visualization of women in science and technology from 1800 to the 21st century. The visualization will connect to a corresponding database that offers biographies and linkages between individuals in the database.
Creatively, my integrated media project Between Two Parks, serves as a site for honing my media production skills around the topic of the US National Parks. Part travel blog, part social media, part photo and video production, this project combines my passions for travel, the environment, and media production. I will also occasionally host exceptional student work related to the national parks on this site.
From 2014 to 2017 I worked on the Seward Family Digital Archive, an online documentary editing project that features the manuscript materials of William Henry Seward. In addition, students on the project contribute original research in the form of databases, network analysis and digital mapping using GIS.
I was also a team member of Reenvisioning Japan, an archive of 19th and 20th century visual and material culture featuring Japan as a destination. On this project I’m working as part of a team to help redesign the online archive’s structure and metadata.