Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism (Arts Division), Hartford, CT (March 2008 – present)
- Developed a digital plan to improve online accessibility to the Arts Division’s programs. The project focused on recommending the necessary tools to help staff communicate with their constituents through digital means (i.e., online grant application processes, online searchable databases, etc.); and strategizing how to improve data collection methods to inform future programs.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (July 2008 – October 2008)
- Developed an implementation plan to digitize up to 15,000 works on paper from the Museum’s collection. Established practices for archival and technical imaging standards, workflow procedures, resource needs, and technology infrastructure requirements to prepare for digitization.
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, NY (July 2004 – December 2007)
- Performed a thorough investigation of current and future digitization needs for both image capture and cataloguing. Implemented a total digitization workflow between imaging services, Registrar, IT, Publications, and the web, to ensure that the digital images and associated catalogued data could be used for multiple purposes. Current work is focused on improved data scrubbing strategies to maximize search capabilities and outlining next steps and long-term plans for the digitization project.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT (Feb – July 2007)
- Developing a needs assessment to identify a new art collections management system, digital workflows, centralized an exhibition workflow process, and identified IT infrastructure needs to support these functions.
Renate, Hans and Maria Hofmann Trust , New York, NY (May 2006 – April 2007)
- Implemented a new art collections management system (TMS by Gallery Systems). Assessed the legacy database and prepared documentation to ensure a smooth transition to a new system. Managed the mapping and conversion process, vendor relations; and advised on IT issues and post-conversion data cleanup needs.
New Museum, New York, NY (December 2006)
- Strategize and planned for the Museum’s future content management system. Conducted brainstorming sessions with staff to identify immediate issues that will prepare the Museum for an eventual enterprise wide search system. Identified text and image standards to facilitate sharing across the staff network.
Sikorsky Archives, Stratford, CT (Feb – April 2006)
- Reviewed archival source materials in the Sikorsky collection (i.e. slides, transparencies, prints, letters, archival papers, etc.) and how they are currently organized. Outlined short and long-term access goals for the Archive (e.g., searchable database in the short-term, and digitization and preservation goals for the long-term). Recommended searchable database options to improve access to the Archives’ holdings.
The Print Research Foundation, Stamford, CT (May – October 2005)
- Implemented a new art collections management system (TMS by Gallery Systems). Managed the mapping, conversion, and configuration of the collections management system; Organized data to maximize search and retrieval capabilities; developed data style guidelines; advised on pre and post conversion data cleanup strategies. Developed image standards for capturing, editing and archiving.
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