I am a doctoral candidate in American Studies at Yale University. My dissertation looks at youth cultural self-determination through film and video in the 1960s and 1970s. I co-direct Photogrammar, an online interactive platform that re-imagines the 170,000 photographs of the great depression and World War II taken for the U.S. federal government. It is a digital and public humanities project funded by an NEH Digital Start-Up Grant. I received my Master's in American Studies with a Concentration in Public Humanities.