I have a Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan School of Information, focusing on Preservation of Information. I have experience in digital asset management, records management, standards creation and management, taxonomy development, cataloging, finding aid creation, analog and digital preservation, reference, instruction, and record creation.
As the co-chair of the Language Metadata Table (LMT), I oversee a language standard used across media and entertainment along with Yonah Levenson and Jaclyn Zepnick. LMT is based on IETF BCP 47, which is flexible and can cover pretty much any use case you have. When things get thorny, and of course they do, we lean on an engaged community of experts to hammer out the details.
I’ve been in Digital Asset Management for a decade, working with clients like Disney and KraftHeinz to create sophisticated workflows harnessing the power of their DAMs. I’m obsessed with metadata, and I’ve worked with Disney and Netflix to make metadata models that allow both asset creators and end users (along with partner systems) to locate and use the best asset for the job. I spent the last year working with the team at MediaValet, a leading cloud-based DAM, to improve their features and help their clients build successful DAM programs. I’ve been around the block, and I love nothing more than to use that experience to help organizations increase their impact.
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