I am a museum professional, having worked in various capacities at the Yager Museum of Art & Culture since 2016. I received a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2013, and since then, have worked at a public library, as an archaeologist for Parks Canada, and for the Department of Consultation and Accommodation at the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.

At the Yager Museum, my role as Collections and Programs Manager is to facilitate access and engagement between the Museum and the various and diverse publics that the Museum serves, including Hartwick College students, faculty and staff, the people of Oneonta and central New York, and the North American Indigenous communities whose material culture currently resides here.

More generally, I am interested in space, power, and popular culture, and the open-source and open-content movements, which I write about on my blog When Elvis Died

I currently reside in Oneonta, New York.