I am a PhD candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in American Studies (dissertation project: “Changing Lanes: A Reanimation of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane”). I have been a cataloguer, audiovisual archivist, intern, volunteer, adjunct faculty, exhibit developer, and researcher for cultural heritage institutions including Women In Film Foundation, UCLA Film and Television Archive, Academy Film Archive, Schlesinger Library at Harvard University, State Archives of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University. I have presented at numerous conferences and symposia as well as written short pieces in the journal The Moving Image, and a chapter on privacy and home movies in Amateur Movie Making: Aesthetics of the Everyday in New England, 1915-1960 (Indiana University Press, 2017). My first videographic essay about a history of women in 1980s public access television, Cue the Women(2015), was cablecasted on public access television in North Carolina.
See my latest essay for [In]Transition, Gone Estray, from Journal of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies 5.4.