Alongside written scholarship and teaching, I have collaborated on a range of projects in the digital arts and humanities, and am currently leading a new initiative under the working title Visualizing the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. That project—a multi-pronged analytical and curatorial engagement with state-produced visual documentation of the 1989 disaster—began as an installation at the Harvard Art Museums called Cleanup, which served as my capstone for Critical Media Practice at Harvard. In past and current collaborations, I have served a number of roles. With metaLAB, I helped conceive and organize collaborative workshops, including Beautiful Data: Telling Stories About Art with Open Collections (2014, 2015) and Experimental Teaching as Design Practice (2015), and, in 2013, I acted as facilitator at digitalSTS and Design. Also through metaLAB, I worked as designer, developer, and/or teacher for the collection-based technology and archiving projects waku, Curarium, and the Japan Disaster Archive. An ongoing collaborative documentary project around the notorious "Tree of Heaven" is called Feral Trees, an early version of which was installed at the Harvard Art Museums. As a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Rochester, I supported several initiatives in digital visual studies and material culture studies.