I am a Senior Lecturer in Art History at the University of Queensland, Australia. My research and teaching is focused on Renaissance and Baroque art (especially Albrecht Dürer and his followers), histories of printmaking, court cultures and collecting, early modern links between art and science, the historiography of art from ancient times to the present, and theories of reception. My books include The Persistence of Melancholia (editor, 2019), Perspectives on Wenceslaus Hollar (co-edited with Anne Thackray, 2016), and Reframing Albrecht Dürer (2013). I was the curator of the exhibitions Ecstasy: Baroque and Beyond (2017) and Five Centuries of Melancholia (2014), both held at the UQ Art Museum. I am especially interested in the afterlives and migrations of images, and ways of creating and enlivening dialogues between historical and contemporary art.