CV

Education

Ph.D., In Progress / University of Rochester / August 2012—present / Expected 2019
Visual and Cultural Studies
Dissertation Title: “The Landscape after LIFE: Artists Working with Photography, 1973-1982″
Advisor: Rachel Haidu

MA / University of Rochester (UR) / 2017
Visual and Cultural Studies

BA / Binghamton University / 2011
Art History, German Studies
Thesis: “Seriality and Appropriation in West German Pop Art”
Advisor: Neil Christian Pages

Fellowships

2018-2019 / Kress Interpretative Fellowship at the George Eastman Museum

2018-2019 / Public Humanities Fellowship, UR/Humanities NY

2017 / The Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies Dissertation Fellowship

2017 / Susan B. Anthony Institute Graduate Teaching Fellowship, UR

2015—2017 / Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Digital Humanities, UR

2011 / Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Undergraduate Fellow, Binghamton University

Publications

“Dreaming Blue 540D-4: Nick Marshall’s Art of Escape,” Afterimage Vol. 43, No. 1-2 (July-October 2015): 2-7 (online)

“Josh Faught,” Modern Painters (November 2012): 97.

“Smoke on Film: Lisa Oppenheim’s conceptual photography” Modern Painters (May 2012): 18.

Exhibitions and Conferences

2019 / Co-Curator, “History of Photography Rotation 13,” George Eastman Museum
(May–October 2019)

2019 / Co-Organizer, “The Only Thing I Can See is the Sky,” Public Art Installation in
association with the Decarceration Research Initiative (April 2019)

Coordinator, Ubiquity: Photography’s Multitudes, Symposium at UR

2018, 2017 / Exhibition Review Committee Member, Hartnett Gallery, UR

2017 / Curator, Making Light, The Art & Music Library Gallery, Rush Rhees Library, UR

2016 / Co-Organizer, Hard Coded Humanities, Digital Humanities Conference, UR

2015 / Review Committee Member, Drawing Together: Solidarities, Pictures, and Politics, 10th Visual and Cultural Studies Graduate Conference, UR

2013 / Review Committee Member, A Matter of Time: Temporalities of Material Culture, 9th Visual and Cultural Studies Graduate Conference, UR

Teaching Experience

2017 / “What Does a Feminist Look Like? Art and Activism in the Second Wave,” 4-credit undergraduate course at the University of Rochester

2016—Present / Docent, History of Photography Gallery, George Eastman Museum, Rochester, NY

2016 / Guest Lecture: “Stephen Shore and New Topographics,” in PHGR-702: History and Aesthetics of Photography Graduate Seminar, Professor Catherine Zuromskis, Rochester Institute of Technology

2015 / Teaching Assistant, Intro to Media Studies, University of Rochester

2015 / Teaching Assistant, Digital Media Toolkit, University of Rochester

2014 / Teaching Assistant, Advanced Drawing, University of Rochester

Invited Talks

2016 / “Not an Image but a Breakdown: Rephotography as Methodology and Pedagogy,” Compositions across/between edges, surfaces and materialities, Symposium at UCLA (December 8, 2016)

2015 / “A Historical Overview of Appropriation,” Found, Shared, Liked symposium, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY

2015/ “In Conversation with Nick Marshall,” Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY

Conference Presentations

2019 / “Frankenstein’s Museum App: Learning from the Landscape of Digital Initiatives”
with Kate Meyers Emery (George Eastman Museum), Museums and the Web 2019, Boston, MA (April 2-9, 2019)

2017 / “Cataloging the Landscape: Photography in 1970s America,” Culture & Technology: The European Summer University in Digital Humanities, University of Leipzig (July 21, 2017)

2016 / “Postcards from Uncommon Places,” 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, Harvard University (March 17-20, 2016)

2015 / “Not an Image but a Breakdown: The Rephotographic Survey Project, 1977-1982” Media Materiality: Towards Critical Economies of “New” Media, Sixth International Conference on The Image, University of California at Berkeley (October 29-30, 2015)

2014 / “Surfacing,” Intersections 2014: Thinking|Feeling, York and Ryerson University Communication & Culture Graduate Student Association Conference (March 14-15, 2014)

Workshops

“Replication,” 2018 Summer Institute in Technical Studies in Art, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA (June 18–29, 2018)

Photographic Process Identification Workshop, Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY (August 15-17, 2017)

“The Iconic Turn: Image-Driven Digital Art History,” Culture & Technology: The European Summer University in Digital Humanities, University of Leipzig, Germany (Participant, July 18-28, 2017)

“The Art Historical Image in the Digital Age,” The American Academy in Rome, Italy (Participant, June 19-23, 2017)

Professional and Related Work

2013–present / Visitor Services Associate, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY

2012–2016 / Freelance Archivist, Argosy Book Store, Map and Print Gallery, New York, NY
2012 / Staff Writer, Editorial Intern, Louise Blouin Media: Modern Painters and
Art+Auction Magazines, New York, NY

2009 / Visitor Services Associate, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

2008–2009 / Freelance Gallery Assistant, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY

2008–2009 Curatorial Intern, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY