Whitney Museum of American Art

Permanent Collection Documentation Assistant March 2023 - Present 

• Ensures accuracy, organization, and accessibility of documentation materials for all artworks within the museum’s collection
• Drafting paperwork for board of trustees, donors, and artist
• Researching, verifying, and recording contextual information (provenance, exhibition history, published references, etc.) for works in collection into TMS
• Reviews and processes reacquisition proposals

David Zwirner Gallery

Freelance Writer and Editor  2022 - 2023 
• Wrote and edited digital content for the gallery’s website
• Provided feedback and recommendations on site functionality and existing content

Research and Exhibitions Intern Fall 2021

• Conducted research and wrote content for the exhibition, Seen in the Mirror: Things from the Cartin Collection
• Documented exhibition, provenance, and bibliographic history for various works in upcoming shows
• Provided general assistance to research team

Freelance Writer

Writer for galleries and artists 2021 - present

• Editorial essays for exhibition catalogues
• Writing and editing content for digital publications and websites
• Press releases and newsletters
• Craft and edit artist statements


Ross Learning Systems

Producer of Art and Artifacts Education 2014 - 2019   

• Led curation of art and artifacts for the Ross Learning System’s digital curriculum
• Authored content for artworks within the collection
• Lead advisor to UX/UI Design teams for digital layout and interaction of visual content
• Designed interactive and cross-disciplinary content
• Contributed content and conceptual development for the RLS Project Circles sustainability interactive
• Led seven person digital content team and oversaw all art and artifacts research
• Authored, reviewed, and managed metadata for all images within the schools collection of over 5,000 asset


 Edward F. Albee Foundation

Fellow: Artist in residence Summer 2019

Soft Skills

Editing/ Proof reading
Team management and leadership
Knowledge of Early Modern and Modern Art History
Excellent verbal and written communication
Cataloging and metadata management (CCO, CDWA, AAT)
Creative and critical thinking

Technical Skills

Microsoft suite
Adobe suite, including Adobe Photoshop
Metadata management systems-extensive knowledge of TMS
Video editing
Exhibition documentation
Chicago Style Citation
Adept at multi-tasking


Master’s in Art History

Hunter College  2019-2022   

• Thesis received departmental distinction and was nominated for the 2022 Shuster Award for Outstanding Master's Thesis
• Thesis reexamines the works of Antoine Watteau through the lens of early eighteenth-century French bourgeois consumer culture, demonstrating how the emulative practices and behaviors of the French bourgeoisie influenced critical shifts in material culture and its adjacent systems of signification.