Contributing to dialogue in the field is a priority for me. While I believe everyone should be compensated for their labor, I prioritize committing a portion of my time and energy to improving the professional field. I prioritize participating in at least one group for both my regional and national organizations. I also provide blog posts, articles, presentations, webinars, and workshops through these professional organizations.
This page gathers all of my current content available to you for free.
I have three books available: A Survivor’s Guide to Museum Grant Writing, How to Select, Buy, and Use a Museum CMS, and Museum Digital Projects and You. Where to Begin?. Both books were published by Lucidea Press and are available in paperback via Amazon.
Thanks to Lucidea Press, I can offer you a free e-copy of these books through the following links:
Articles for peer-reviewed journals can take a long time to make it through the editorial process. As such, I tend to focus on more immediate outlets. Here is a selection of published articles:
“Review: Hamilton: The Exhibition,” The Public Historian, vol. 42. no. 1, February 2020 (pp. 126-132).
“The Game Changer: Looking Back 30 Years to the Burgundy Wine Challenge,” Oregon Wine Press, September 2015.
“Archiving Oregon: Linfield College Captures Story of State’s Evolving Wine History,” Oregon Wine Press, March 2015.
“A Grape Idea: Competitive Collaboration is a Win-Win for Regional Archives,” Northwest Archivists’ Easy Access, Winter 2015.
“Following the Roots of Oregon Wine,” Oregon Historical Quarterly, 2013.
“Create and Measure Success: The Smithsonian Collections Blog,” The Interactive Archivist, November 2011.