I am the Project Developer for the Center for Digital Editing where I work on digital documentary editing projects at the University of Virginia and a Research Editor at the Washington Papers (formerly known as the Papers of George Washington). My primary focus at the moment is on the George Washington Financial Papers, a born digital publication of Washington’s ledger and account books which is scheduled to be released in December 2016. Created using Drupal, this project is a unique endeavor that will provide a major resource to scholars, students, and the general public.

Additionally, I have taught classes at DHSI (the Digital Humanities Summer Institute). My first year, I taught alongside colleagues Cathy Hajo and Jennifer Stertzer on ‘Creating and Conceptualizing a Digital Edition’. Recently, I have taught ‘Drupal for Digital Humanities Projects’ alongside Quinn Dombrowski, which I will continue to do in the upcoming year.

I enjoy experimenting with new technologies, challenging myself, and creating visualizations based off of the material I am currently working with. Furthermore, I am the current chair of the website committee for the ADE (Association for Documentary Editing). The current committee is responsible for the newly released site design.

I love to collaborate on new projects and ideas. Interested in contacting me? Please use the form on the Contact page.