My research interests include:
My PhD research sought to develop documentation theory and practice in the conservation of software-based art. This research was the result of an AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Award between King's College London and Tate. The thesis was examined in November 2018 and passed with minor corrections. It will be published on this website later in 2019. The title is: Technical Narratives: Analysis, Description and Representation in the Conservation of Software-based Art.
I teach courses and workshops on software preservation and related topics, including disk imaging, emulation and software documentation. Please get in touch using the information at the top of this page for any enquiries.
My professional practice involves working with cultural heritage organisations and creators to develop and implement strategies for the care of software-based cultural heritage. I currently work primarily with Tate's Time-based Media Conservation team, where I focus on:
I currently have limited availablity for consultancy and other projects. Please contact me using the information at the top of this page for any enquiries.
Full CV available on request.