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I received my undergraduate degrees in Anthropology and Asian Studies from the University of Texas in 2004. Under the supervision of Maria Franklin, I wrote an honours thesis regarding popular culture, feminism, and materiality in Japanese archaeology from the Yayoi period. After working as a professional archaeologist in Texas, I enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley for my PhD in 2005. For my thesis I examined the intersections of digital media and archaeology through a series of object biographies with my advisors Ruth Tringham, Margaret Conkey, and Nancy Van House. I have worked as both a field archaeologist and a digital specialist in the USA (Hawaii, California, Texas), England, Turkey, Jordan, Greece, and Qatar on sites ranging from 9,000 to 100 years old.