About Me

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I earned my Master's degree in the digital history program at California State University, San Marcos. I specialize in American popular culture during the interwar period with a specific focus on pulp fiction magazines. My thesis focused on the work of pulp writer Seabury Quinn and showed that his writings largely reflected social and cultural trends during the interwar period.
I am currently working as an admissions representative for Hoag Hospital. In my position at Hoag, I utilize many organizational and analytical skills with an emphasis on customer service which could easily be applied to any field. While working full-time for Hoag Hospital, I am also going to school full-time to get my associate degree in web design.
It is my hope that the degree in web design as well as my previous experiences in the digital humanities program at CSUSM, will allow me to join the tech community as a web developer where I can use my passion for technology to create innovative and viable web designs.

Previous Works:

The unique magazine website on omeka.net


Click the image above to be taken to my website created on Omeka. Omeka is primarily used to host digital collections and exhibitions.

Past Projects
The Work of a Master's History Student

The coursework for my Master's in history required several digital projects. Through my digital history program, I learned several useful technologies such as Wordpress, Adobe Premiere and Omeka. These skills were strengthened during my employment as a computer lab assistant at CSUSM where I helped digitize and archive historical records. Click the following link to visit CSUSM's History Harvest website.

CSUSM's History Harvest

Seabury Quinn Gender Video

Adobe Premiere

The following link is one of my first videos that I have created on Adobe Premiere. The video is about author Seabury Quinn, the subject of my master's thesis.