Most of my work is collaborative, interdisciplinary, and project-based. It also often has public-facing dimensions, which include digital cultural heritage applications, location-based interventions, and art-science connections. These projects in many cases are of multiple years duration and have iterations and instances in classes, independent study projects, exhibitions, and infrastructure design for the work of others.
As things evolve I try to post updates on where things are going with these main areas. Check out the subheads for overviews of individual projects.
- New Getty Grant for Advanced Topics in Digital Art History August 24, 2017
- DH2017 in Montreal August 10, 2017
- Visualizing Cities in Barcelona July 10, 2017
- NC Jukebox visits Western North Carolina May 1, 2017
- Digital Durham: Past, Present, Future Rebooted! January 3, 2017
- Presentation GARR “CreActive” Conference in Florence December 10, 2016
- Amsterdam talk on Visualizing Venice and Cultural Approaches to DH November 3, 2016
- NC Jukebox Exhibition Up at Rubenstein September 1, 2016
- DH2016 and the wonders of Krakow August 1, 2016
- Visualizing Venice 2016 and Ghett/App Launch July 1, 2016