Wellesley alumna; art historian specializing in the history of photography, American art, and visual culture of the 20th century.
My research focuses on the history of photography, American art, and visual culture. I am particularly interested in image-text relationships, women photographers, and alternative processes.
At Wellesley, I have taught the history of photography. My teaching interests include seminars and surveys on American art, contemporary art, modernism and 20th century art, and photography.
In addition to my teaching, I have worked as a fellow and curator in the Dept. of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, the American Art Dept. at the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, DeCordova Museum. I'm currently the Curator at the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University and Editor of Loupe magazine.
I'm a practicing artist and a cyclist. A former English major at Wellesley, I am an avid reader of fiction and poetry.