I am an art historian / writer / editor / mother / daydreamer living in Seattle with my husband, young son, and our two cats. I have a PhD in art history and created this website to provide information about my professional services and to share my ideas about art and art history. To be sure, I have a love of arcane topics like fifteenth-century Muscovite architecture, but I also have been known to opine about more (supposedly) mundane things like memorable rides on Amtrak.
I love art in its myriad forms because it exposes how the experience of living is simultaneously universal and individual. I contend that it is finding the extraordinary in our everyday experiences that makes life so interesting. There are fascinating stories everywhere we look. I like to find those stories and talk about them. Thanks for stopping by.