Welcome to my Curriculum Vitae (CV) web site.
I have just graduated from the University of British Columbia, receiving a joint Masters of Archival Studies and Masters of Library and Information Studies.
During the course of my studies and the early portion of my career I’ve held in my hands the original work of Julia Margaret Cameron and Charles Dickens; created archives for some of Canada’s great visual artists, helped build a method for an international organization to survey its membership on awareness of the Memory of the World project; and helped institutions create a process by which they can maintain a viable digital archive of their website.
Going forward it is my desire to build on the experience and knowledge gained over these last eight years to continue to preserve, and make available for research, documentary heritage that shapes cultural understanding.
About this Web Site
The intent of this site is to offer evidence of progress in my chosen field to those who may have an interest. This site expands upon my CV. Just as a résumé is mostly insufficient for the fields of archivist and librarian, a CV can also be lacking especially in an age where information can be made easily available.
The site has eight main categories. Most of the categories are an expansion of a section within the CV. The first category is the CV. The categories can be accessed by the images found at the top of the page, the links at the left or from within the CV itself.
Thank you very much for visiting my site.