I am a PhD candidate in Art History at the University of Maryland, College Park interested in the potential for computer-aided analysis of cultural datasets to help model long-term artistic trends in iconography, art markets, and social relations between artists in the early modern period. My dissertation research uses computational network analysis to explore the long-term changes in the organization of print designers, engravers, and publishers in the Netherlands between 1500–1700. During the 2014–2015 academic year he held a University of Maryland Museum Fellowship at the Office of Northern Baroque Paintings at the National Gallery of Art.
On this site you can find my CV, various blog posts on art history, digital humanities, and (occasionally) the Super Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the full-text of conference talks and descriptions of my digital projects on the ‘Projects’ page.
Introductory Digital Art History Workshop Week
University of Maryland, College Park: May 26, 2015 - May 29, 2015
Global Digital Humanities 2015
Sydney: June 29, 2015 - July 03, 2015
Keystone Digital Humanities Conference, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia: July 22, 2015 - July 24, 2015