Curriculum Vitae

Skills and Assets

  • Collaborative cultural professional with an ALA-accredited Master of Information (equiv. MLIS) and Master of Museum Studies from the University of Toronto
  • Creative interests include civic engagement, information activism and primary source materials

Select Professional Experience*

2017 – Current

  • Librarian-in-Residence, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas

2015 – 2016

  • Library Practicum, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta

2014 – 2015

  • Library and Research Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources, Toronto

Education

2012 – 2015

  • Master of Information (equiv. MLIS), University of Toronto, Toronto
  • Master of Museum Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto

2008 – 2012

  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Summa Cum Laude, Carleton University, Ottawa
    • Double Major in Canadian Studies and Art History

 

Recent Publications + Special Projects

2017

  • Long Distance Call: Hills of Home
    • Curatorial essay, Sculptorvox, Vol. 1, Geometry of Nothing

2016

  • Book/Cloth: Fashion as Information at the Banff Centre
    • Paper presentation, Fashion as Information Conference, LIM College, New York
  • Frederic Bigras-Burrogano: Hills of Home
    • Curatorial essay and exhibition installation, artsPlace, Canmore, Alberta
  • The Artist’s Book Workshop Series
    • Four part collaborative community workshop series, Banff Centre
  • Swimming in the Yukon
    • Published poem, Spiffy Moves artist’s magazine, Vol. 2, Spring 2016
  • The Creative Tool and Object Library
    • Community-based information service project, Banff Centre

2015

  • Banff Systems Infinite, Banff Systems Infinite II: Cassette Tape World
    • Collaborative archival music listening series, Banff Centre
  • General Eclectic: Oral Histories from Kensington Market
    • Curatorial project and exhibition, Kensington Market Historical Society, Toronto

*For a more comprehensive list of professional experience, please see my LinkedIn

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