Resourceful and quick-learning front-end web developer. First-hand experience working behind-the-scenes in museums and libraries, and skilled in written and oral communications.
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Dec 2008 - Present
Senior Technical Associate, Global Learning Portal
• design and develop web elements for multilingual enterprise portals on Liferay platform• collaborate with team, stakeholders, and vendors to collect and fulfill change requests
Aug 2008 - Dec 2008
• monitor gallery and answer visitor questions • assist Gallery Director
Jan 2007 - May 2008
• curated and designed the Grinnell College Student Art Exhibition • assisted with installation of exhibitions • monitored gallery and assisted with opening receptions
Jan 2005 - May 2008
• troubleshot PC and Apple computers remotely and on-site from the IT Helpdesk • staffed Mac OS X ArtLab, Debian Linux MathLAN lab, and Audio-Visual Center • mentored newly hired staff
Jan 2007 - May 2008
Co-Chair of the Art Department Student Educational Policy Committee
• organized the annual Student Art Salon held in Faulconer Gallery • recruited, corresponded with, and assisted the guest juror of the Salon • advocated for student needs and acted as a liaison between the faculty and the student body
Jun 2006 - Aug 2007
Fish Illustration Collection Assistant
• rehoused Fish Illustration Collection materials in archival folders • collaborated with supervisor to accommodate anomalous materials
Jun 2007 - Aug 2007
Clara Database Researcher
• researched permanent collection botanical artists in collaboration with registrar • entered and updated information on Clara: Database of Women Artists • maintained vertical files of the Archives on Women Artists
Aug 2004 - May 2008
Bachelor of Arts
• GPA: 3.7/4.0; Dean’s List, Fall 2005, Spring 2007 • coursework in printmaking, painting, papermaking • solo art show titled "Tangential Sensibilities"
Aug 2006 - Dec 2006
Off-Campus Research Fellowship
• researched a set of four 17th-century continental maps by Claes Visscher
• wrote advanced thesis interpreting the iconography of Visscher's vignettes, and tracing their source to the Civitates orbis terrarum
American Sign Language
Windows XP/Vista, Mac OS X, and MS Office 2003/2007
Adobe CS3: especially Illustrator
Writing and Editing
Web Coding (HTML and CSS)
The image maps on this website allow the user to explore my solo exhibition in much the same way they might in person.
Browse and purchase hand-knit, felted handbags at this website I designed and hand coded.