Digital Humanities

Prior to beginning graduate school, I worked as a computer programmer and website designer in both industry and academia. My projects ranged in scope and size from the creation of small faculty websites to the support of large multi-million-dollar government contracts. I have provided software development, web programming, standardization and analysis of underwater acoustic sensor data, graphic design, proposal and report writing, and other technical support. My interest in computing technologies has continued to grow during my graduate work, and now includes many of the methods, tools, and theories within the Digital Humanities.

I have experience working with several PHP-based content management systems (CMS), including WordPress, Omeka, Drupal, and OMNI. I am proficient in various scripting and programming languages, text encoding systems, metadata schemas, and markup languages including, but not limited to, C++, JAVA, Visual Basic, HTML, CSS, PHP, JQuery, XML, Dublin Core, and Text Encoding Initiative (TEI).

Some of my projects include: