Terrance D’Ambrosio has worked in the field of digital imaging and visual resources since 2007. Terrance confers with NEDCC’s clients to evaluate their collections and develop digital imaging proposals and specifications, and works closely with the Center’s paper and book conservation laboratories on projects that require both conservation treatment and digital imaging. He sets standards for quality control and workflow in NEDCC’s Digital Imaging department, and maintains best practices for digital capture and preservation. He is a graduate of Vassar College with a degree in Art History, and previously managed the Digital Imaging Unit of the New York Public Library.
David Joyall joined NEDCC in 1986 when traditional darkroom methods for duplicating historic film and glass plate negative collections were the standard. He now specializes in the digitization of oversize materials, and has extensive experience in the handling of rare and fragile collections materials. David has also been involved with NEDCC’s School for Scanning, Persistence of Memory, and Digital Directions conferences, has presented at the Smithsonian Museum of American History and the National Archives, and teaches workshops on digitization of photographic collections. David has a degree in Photography from the New England School of Photography.
Amelia earned a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a Certificate in Museum Studies from Tufts University. Amelia previously served as the Imaging Services Intern at NEDCC, and has also interned at the New Hampshire Boat Museum in Wolfeboro Fall, NH and the Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, CT.
Chloe graduated from the New Hampshire Institute of Art with a BFA in Fine Art Photography and went on to serve as Staff Digital Photographer at Historic New England in Boston. While at HNE, she participated in special digitization projects for the Massachusetts Greenbelt Association, the Royal Barry Wills Collection IMLS grant, and the Casey Family Papers NHPRC grant. She has also provided consultation for special digitization projects on Isles of Shoals, Star Island Vaughn Cottage Museum in Rye, NH.
Dani has a BA in Philosophy with a concentration in Mind, Brain and Behavior from Bard College. She currently handles all of the microfilm and microfiche digitization projects at NEDCC. She previously held the position of Digital Preservation Specialist at Hudson Archival, where she also worked with microfilm and -fiche as well as conducted quality control for digitization projects involving original manuscripts and photographs. Before working at Hudson, Dani completed an internship as a gallery assistant at the Wallkill River School of Art where she assisted with promotions, receptions and exhibit preparations.
Ken has worked in the museum field since 2011 in both audio-visual and photography roles at several institutions, including the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA, Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA, and the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. His love of museums and cultural sites began as a regular attendee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and The Franklin Institute as a child. A move to the North Shore in 2016 brought new museums and history into view. Ken earned an Associate Specialized Technology Degree in photography from Harcum College and is particularly interested in the intersection of photography and architecture.
Meredith earned an MA in Museum Studies and a Certificate of Digital Curation from Johns Hopkins University. She has worked as a Curatorial Assistant at Fort Ticonderoga, NY where she collaborated with the Collections Department to catalog, photograph, and rehouse collections, and assisted with exhibitions. Meredith has also worked as a Digitization Technician at the University of Virginia Libraries, and completed internships at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven, CT and the Institute for American Indian Studies, Washington, CT.
Harrison holds a Master of Fine Art from Temple University and a Bachelor of Fine Art, Studio Art, from the University of Alabama, Huntsville. He has previous experience as a Digital Media Assistant at Texas State University, where he was responsible for digitizing collections including prints, negatives, correspondence, and bound volumes. Harrison has served as instructor in Photography at the Maine Media Workshops, and presented programs at the University of Arkansas, Wesleyan College, and others.
Caroline Mulligan earned a BA with concentrations in English Nonfiction Writing and History from Brown University. She has completed an internship at the Vine Deloria, Jr. Library at the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian Institution, and worked as a student assistant at the John Hay Special Collections Library and Orwig Music Library at Brown University. Caroline provides logistical and administrative support for the Imaging Services department, including assisting collections photographers with digitization workflows, generating project proposals, assisting with rehousing of collections and handling large-format objects during digitization, assisting the registrar with incoming imaging projects, and general administrative duties.