Digital Scholarship Specialist

@ Emory Center for Digital Scholarship

Ph.D. English; M.A. Digital Humanities

I partner with museums, authors, faculty, journals, and non-profits to build interactive digital scholarship that tells human stories, old and new.

I’m a narrative designer with a curatorial eye. On any given day, that means I’m some combination of project manager, storyteller, program manager, strategist, consultant, UI/UX designer, and developer. 

My research explores the poetics of code, and focuses on the intersection of material culture and technology. My work has been supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry.

I also co-direct a Mellon-funded digital dissertation program and HASTAC chapter, manage production for an innovative humanities journal, teach courses on digital culture, and lead workshops on digital humanities project development.