Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography
The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, Boston, Massachusetts
June 2013 - Present Boston, Massachusetts
Creates and produces high quality digital image files from a wide variety of original source materials
to support the growth of a robust digital image collection and works towards goals of various
digital initiatives promulgated throughout the Boston Public Library.
Notable Work in Digitization of Manuscript Collections (source materials):
February 2009 - May 2013 Boston, Massachusetts
Lead Digital Photographer responsible for the production of high quality
digital files, use of Digital Asset Management Programs, and specialized
Descriptions of notable digitization projects (source materials):
New England School of Photography
September 2009 – September 2012 Boston, Massachusetts
Assisted Nick Johnson in beginners and advanced photography classes, including: Advanced Darkroom,
Zone Systems, and Introduction to Black and White Photography.
Collaboration With Historic New England and the Pushcart Association
Over the course of a year, Historic New England, the Haymarket Pushcart Association (HPA),
and photographer Justin H. Goodstein-Aue present images and oral history
excerpts conducted with members of the HPA, vendors, and customers of Boston’s Haymarket.
A selection of twenty images chosen by the Chief Curator of Photography became a part of the
permanent collections in the library and archives. The collection will be accessible
on the Smithsonian website with a searchable keyword under the name of the photographer,
along with a collection level description.
Historic New England
December 2012 Historic New England
500-word article, with accompanying images about my project documenting and telling the stories
of workers of a historic wedding dress manufacturer in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
Recipient of the 2011 Local Cultural Council “Cultural Heritage” Grant for a proposed project
to document the transitioning city of East Somerville.