I am a technologist, strategist, and archivist. My current work and professional interests focus on interoperability for digital libraries and archival information systems at a global scale. As Collaboration & Interoperability Architect within Digital Library Systems and Services (DLSS) at the Stanford University Libraries (SUL), I serve as an expert in the software, standards, architectures and models for technologies for libraries, archives and museums (LAMs). My role at Stanford is both as a technologist (focusing on data modeling and API design) and as an advocate and facilitator (focusing on training, collaborative practices, and shared software development projects).

My work history includes organizations like the Digital Public Library of America, Yale University, and The New York Public Library, and projects at the intersection of archives, metadata, and technology, such as Hydra in a Box, ArchivesSpace and AIMS. I also co-chair the technical working group of the International Rights Statements Working Group.

In my spare time, I enjoy baking bread, modular synthesizers, and tales of the town of Newbridge, New Jersey.