Photographer and image archivist with a B.A. Communications, and an M.A. Photographic Preservation and Collections Management from Ryerson University, Toronto.
Digital imaging specialist & consultant
Specializing in the management of photography and digital image collections, from start to finish:
• digital imaging of photographs, works of art, objects, and artifacts for print reproduction, exhibition, conservation, and documentation
• processing and editing images
• colour management and digitization standards to ensure long term archival preservation
• organization and cataloguing, including metadata, taxonomy and controlled vocabulary development
• preventive conservation such as the safe housing and storage of collections
• digital preservation of image collections
• “The Fototeca Archive.” Photography & Culture. London, UK: Bloomsbury Publishing, March 2015.
• “The California Gold Rush: Approaches to Producing Daguerreotype Views. An Examination of Views from the Matthew R. Isenburg Collection at the Archive of Modern Conflict Toronto,” The Daguerreian Annual 2014. Cecil, PA: Daguerreian Society, 2015.
• ‘The Cold War in Guatemala: A Digital Exhibition of Photographs from the Fototeca CIRMA,’ Cold War Camera Conference, Antigua, Guatemala, 2014.
Curation and research
• ‘A Concrete Vision: Brutalist Architecture at York University.’ Toronto, 2017.
• ‘Remembering the Real Winnie: The World’s Most Famous Bear Turns 100,’
Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, 2014, & Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg, 2016-17
• ‘Lead and Light: The Evolution of Lumiere Press,’ Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, 2013.
Research and co-development of exhibition and catalog