I am a public historian, a scholar of the Early American period and late Georgian Britain, and a digital humanist.

By day I work at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, doing everything from podcasting to project management and beyond. Evenings and weekends I am a doctoral candidate finishing a PhD in History at George Mason University; my examines the intersection of family strategies and the formation of national identity for Americans abroad in the post revolutionary period, using the Maury family of Virginia and Liverpool as a case study.