About Me

As a current graduate student in the University of Colorado, Boulder’s Classics program, I am seeking a degree in Classical Art and Archaeology. When asked “what do you want to do with this degree?” I often answer, Reception Studies and the study of display.

Over the past decade I have been exposed to the art of Ancient Mediterranean world through travel across Europe and formal education at institutions such as Brigham Young University, Marist College, Istituto Lorenzo de ‘Medici, and the University of Colorado, Boulder. My experiences have led me to enjoy the study of classical reception, particularly the use of classical myth in all forms of art, both from an Art Historical Perspective, and as a citizen of the modern day world.

Additionally, I have a strong passion for the museum space. While I can go on and on about the role of a museum, I particularly enjoy the study of display in respect to classical art and artifacts.

MA in Museum Studies

I received an MA in Museum Studies from Marist College and Istituto Lorenzo de ‘Medici in 2017. I was lucky enough to study in Florence from 2015-2016 and visit with professionals from the various institutions around the city. There, I was able to observe the way in which many museums chose to display their collections, some better than others. This experience led me to believe that there has to be a way to simultaneously display and preserve ancient ruins, art, and artifacts in a way that is true to their original display and use.


  • Museums & the Public I & II
  • Museums, Galleries & History
  • Museum Development, Management, and Leadership
  • Art & Objects in Museums
  • Research Methods I & II
  • Museum Education
  • Conservation & Historic Preservation
  • Museum Ethics & Law
  • Internship Credit – completed at the Denver Art Museum

Graduate Thesis

The Musealization of Street Art: Changing Space, Shifting Perception (2017)

  • self published on Scalar (linked below)

MA Thesis

MA in Classical Art and Archaeology

I am currently studying Classical Art and Archaeology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. After finishing my degree, I hope to intern at a museum with a diverse collection of antiquities.


  • Ancient Italian Painting
  • Greek Sculpture
  • Ciceronian Rhetoric
  • Roman Sculpture
  • Greek Vase Painting
  • Latin Epigraphy
  • Roman Topography
  • Greek Cities and Sanctuaries
  • Alexander and the Rise of Macedonia
  • Ancient Near Easter Art and Archaeology
  • Latin- Civil War Narratives

Graduate Research

For a look at a project I did for a class, please follow the link below.


Myth Matters

Additional writing samples can be viewed on my blog, linked below

Myth Matters

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