I am interested in applications of digital media in scholarship, art, and design - particularly 3D, spatial, and interactive technologies. I earned my Ph.D. and M.Arch. in Architecture from UCLA, and hold an M.A. in Archaeology from Durham University. My dissertation work, on procedural modeling for archaeological reconstruction, received the 2014 Fortier Prize for best paper by a young scholar at the international Digital Humanities conference. I held postdoctoral fellowships in digital and spatial history at UNC - Chapel Hill and Rice University before joining Stanford in 2019, where I am currently Academic Technology Specialist for History. At Stanford I support digital research in the department of History and teach courses on digital history.