My academic interests examine power as it relates to identity and landscape. I routinely employ a transdisciplinary methodology utilizing approaches from 3D/VR tech, digital storytelling, GIS, netnography, and remote sensing as appropriate. These allow me to illustrate the exercise of power across time and space (and the digital divide) while exploring new ways of communicating my research with the public.
My professional interests center on digital technologies for heritage with Digital Heritage Interactive, LLC. This work includes digital documentation of historical resources, cultural resources management work, and the creation of video games and virtual worlds. You can view examples at ArtStation and Sketchfab.