Raised in southern NH and educated in northern VT, my professional mission is to improve the quality and efficiency of operations at museums and art institutions.
Registrar & Museum Professional
Currently, I serve as the Registrar and Assistant Studio Manager at Naples Studio, LLC, a private professional painting conservation studio in Kent, CT. Naples Studio primarily serves institutions, and private clients in NYC and CT.
Between 2014-17, I studied at the University of Vermont and received my BA in Classical Civilization and History before completing their accelerated masters program in 2019, wherein I received my MA in History. During my undergraduate and graduate years of study in Burlington, VT, I interned in the collections management and curatorial departments at the Fleming Museum of Art and the Shelburne Museum. Additionally, during these same years I also served as a clerk and researcher in the university’s Silver Special Collections, Library Research Annex & Archive, and worked as a student curator to develop an exhibition showcasing student work, while organizing the first ever Creative Arts Exposition.
Following graduation I completed a three month long curatorial fellowship at the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, assisting the curator, Matthew Keagle, with content development and vector animations for a major upcoming 2020 exhibition.
From October 2019 to June 2021, I served as the Curator of Collections, Archives, & Exhibitions at the Sharon Historical Society & Museum. In this position I served as the head curator and collections manager for the permanent collection housed at the historic Gay-Hoyt House in downtown Sharon, CT.