About

Nick is a digital cultural heritage curator. A lot people think our books, our photos, our songs, our stuff is important. Nick thinks how we take care of our heritage is even more important. The main purpose of museums and libraries is organizing the millions of items in their collections. Now every average computer user has thousands of files, files that will be the record of our past. How do we preserve it? How do we organize it? How do we entrust it to others?

Nick works as a project manager for the Educopia Insitute, a non-profit specializing in collaborative approaches to challenges in university libraries. He has worked for a number of organizations and projects including the University of Michigan Libraries, the American Museum of Natural History, and the Alanya Castle Site Management Office. Through his work, he seeks to improve the management of digital cultural heritage both in the library, archives, and museum sector and in the general public.