About Me

I am a doctoral student at the School of Information and Communication Studies at University College Dublin. My research seeks to understand stakeholder and museum visitor expectations of digital surrogates, and how these perceptions might influence the process by which digital surrogates are created and used in locative museum spaces. I have held several roles including archivist, librarian, and collections assistant at a variety of cultural heritage institutions across the United States and in the Republic of Ireland. I hold an MSc in Digital Curation from University College Dublin, an MLS with Archives Certificate from Pratt Institute and a BA from DePaul University.