My research focuses on cross-cultural connections between Renaissance artists and artworks; artists’ biographies; and the reception of art. I am an assistant professor of art history at the University of South Carolina, where I teach courses on Renaissance and Baroque art as well as the “caves to cathedrals” art history survey; I was honored to win the university's Michael J. Mungo Undergraduate Teaching Award. I am currently completing a book on the enigmatic and genre-bending Sicilian painter Antonello da Messina, and have received fellowships in support of the research and writing from the Renaissance Society of America and the University of South Carolina’s Office of the Provost.
When I’m not in the classroom or in front of my laptop, I love to work on museum exhibitions and public programs. I have given lectures, contributed to publications, and planned exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Princeton University Art Museum, and the Columbia Museum of Art.