I am a historian of digital media, studying the ways people have imagined, developed, and used digital images over the past seventy years. My forthcoming book is titled Image Objects (MIT Press), and it offers a material history of early computer graphics and visual simulation told through a set of five objects that structure the production and circulation of all digital images today. I also work on queer and marginalized figures in the history of computing, as well as contemporary art and technology, and digital visual culture.
I am an Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Visual Culture at Stony Brook University, SUNY where I teach across the Program in Art History & Criticism and the Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature. I received my PhD from New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication.