I’m a Canadian ex-pat in the UK for doctoral studies in applying science and engineering to preserve tangible cultural heritage, with a side-burner academic interest in music.

I like to think about how STEM — similarly to application to preserve cultural heritage — can supplement traditional musicological methods. I’m also a trained campanologist, the latter of which is focused on carillon performance and history. Don’t know what a carillon is? Read more here.

Other interests lie in digital culture and technologies. I spend a lot of time thinking about human-digital interactions, and whether this is the same thing as integrating technologies into the human experience.

Last updated: 01/11/2014