(Art) Historian, Writer, Editor


I am an experienced educator, researcher, and communicator focused on using art, culture, and history to forge community connections and enhance understandings of the world.


In 2015, I completed a Ph.D. in Art History at Rutgers University, specializing in nineteenth-century French painting and gender studies.  I've taught courses in art history, gender studies, and writing, and I am a fierce editor of written content for all audiences.  Since earning my Ph.D., I've amassed a considerable amount of experience with public history, museum management, and nonprofit communications.  

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In 140 characters, this is me: 

art historian, Francophile, baseball aficionado, Bill Murray worshipper, quoter of 30 Rock.




About Me

Find out about my background in art history and public history, and learn more about the projects that I can do for you.

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