Since I started using computers back in the early 1990s, I have used illustration as a way to learn certain technologies, and represent myself. As a professional archivist, I use drawings, zines, gifs, and other artful tidbits to make archiving, and the technology that supports it, accessible, approachable and fun for everyone.
PS – I’m available for freelance work! Get in touch.
Made in 2017, XFR Collective (a non-profit organization I volunteered for) partnered with the Metropolitan Library Council to build a transfer station at their studio space in Hell’s Kitchen. This zine provide a quick tutorial on how the rack works, and its various technical components.
In spring 2017, I co-facilitated and presented a workshop at the Personal Digital Archiving annual conference on archiving for podcasters. I created a zine introducing concepts on what makes podcasts a unique format, metadata and backing up your digital files.
It’s Pronounced Transfer! (graphic for a tote bag to promote XFR Collective)
Thank You! Card for Donors to XFR Collective