It’s officially been a year since I began my position as Digital Initiatives Specialist at the UCR Library. The world has changed tremendously over the past eight months and we are still here. Since the Summer term, we’ve been hosting Digital Scholarship Meetups to build community and find folks on campus that are interested in […]

  Southern California Chapter of the Visual Resources Association Summer Meeting August 15, 2017 CSUDH Archives & A. Quincy Jones Campus Tour More photos on Facebook

Last week I attended 3D-Con in Irvine. Besides the military grade conference badge holder (so many pockets!), registration loot included anaglyph and polarized glasses plus a pair of solar eclipse viewing glasses. I was pleased to learn how to make stereocards from David Kuntz and how to use PhotoStereo Maker from David Starkman, Steve Berezin and David […]

In January I joined the Visual Resource Center of the Art History department at UC Riverside. I’ve been in the new gig for approximately two months. Its been a joy getting to know the campus community which functions very much like a small city. I was surprised to learn that UCR is the 5th oldest university […]

I work in the Getty Museum’s Collection Information & Access (CI&A) Department. I create metadata in our collection information database for new photography of artworks so digital images are available for Open Content (rights-free, high-res downloads), internal use, mobile apps, and everything in between. Matt wrote about the challenges of incomplete or ambiguous data. This […]