I am a content strategist, producer, storyteller and ever-curious creative who is committed to learning new things about the world, and sharing those discoveries through compelling and accessible media, digital products, and spaces. I’ve written, produced and collaborated on award-winning audiovisual stories and digital projects at places like MoMA New York, SFMOMA, and the California Academy of Sciences. Currently I’m the Senior Content Producer on the Interpretive Media team at SFMOMA and an active member of SFMOMA Lab.
I began my career as an archaeologist— digging in the dirt to reveal stories of the past through material culture. Over time I discovered the power of audio, video, technology and text to tell stories that are relevant to today. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and completed graduate work towards a Master of Arts in Museum Studies. A committed lifelong learner, I continue to hone new skills from improvisation to coding to documentary filmmaking and radio reporting. I write and speak frequently about the intersection of digital and the humanities. Most frequently you’ll find me at conferences and forums such as Museums and the Web (MW) and the Museum Computer Network (MCN).
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