Education and Training



PhD, Brown University, History of Art and Architecture


MA, Stony Brook University, Art History and Crticism
Graduate Certificate in Art and Philosophy​


BA, Dartmouth College, Studio Art (photography concentration)

Pedagogical and Technical Training

Summer 2017

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute: Space, Place, and the Humanities, Northeastern University. Three-week program in interdisciplinary field of Geohumanities. Aim is to integrate spatial thinking into teaching and research, using Boston as a laboratory for exploration.

Summer 2017

Curatorial Workshop on the Photographic Book, Yale University. Three-day workshop examining how the photo-book has been conceived, designed, printed, and conserved. Participants include Lee Friedlander, David Goldblatt, Richard Benson, Maria Morris Hambourg, and Paul Messier.

Summer 2016

Transregional Academy on “Modernisms: Concepts, Contexts, and Circulation”, Transregional Academy. One-week academy to facilitate exchange on concepts and variations of modernism across nations and regions. Organized by the Forum Transregionale Studien in Berlin in cooperation with the German Center for Art History in Paris.


Course Design Certificate II, The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning Brown University. Seminar focused on developing strategies and practices for course design, implementation based on specific learning goals, and assessment.

Summer 2012

Summer Institute in Technical Art History, Institute of Fine Arts-New York University. Two-week intensive course in technical art history and conservation focused on processes of mechanical reproduction. Training included medium recognition, understanding of material degradation, and hands-on production. Funding by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.


Reflective Teaching Certificate I, The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning Brown University. Seminar focused on bringing a reflective approach into all elements of pedagogy. Topics included the development of student learning objectives to guide syllabus construction, strategies for teaching to a range of learning styles, and methods of assessment.