Gaby Bloom

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2018 | Major in Art History

Gaby Bloom is a senior Art History major. She is currently working on Paris of Waters, creating a database for past and present fountains in Paris. Her sophomore year, she also worked on the Venice Interactive Visual Atlas project, studying prominent Venetian collectors and mapping the provenance of these collector’s paintings using Neatline. She has thoroughly enjoyed working in the Wired! Lab the past two years, being surrounded by like-minded individuals with the same passion for art.


Projects

Paris of Waters

Venice Interactive Visual Atlas

Eloise Cartwright

Humanities Writ Large Fellow
Class of 2014 | Major in Art History & French, Minor in Economics

I am a senior studying Art History and French, with a minor in Economics. I spent the fall semester of my junior year studying in Paris. I have spent the past few summers working in the art world, in both museums and auction houses, and I hope to work in this field when I graduate. Originally from London, I hope to stay in America for the foreseeable future.


Projects

Death, Burial, and Commemoration in Athens

Anna Cunningham

Undergraduate Research Fellow
Class of 2020 | Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science

Anna Cunningham (Class of 2020) is an Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science double major. She is working with Professor Mark Olson to improve the web application for the Alife Arch.


Projects

Alife Arch

Jessica Chen

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2020 | Planning to declare Double Major in Art History & Economics

Jessica Chen is currently a first-year studying art history and economics at Duke University. She is involved in the Alife Arch project with Professor Bruzelius, and works specifically on historical mapping. Jessica is interested in provenance studies and researches the classical collection at the Nasher Museum of Art.


Projects

Alife Arch App

Lizzet Clifton

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Major in Visual and Media Studies & Italian and European Studies, Certificate in Arts of the Moving Image

Lizzet Clifton is currently a sophomore at Duke University. She intends to double major in Visual and Media Studies and Italian and European Studies, along with earning a certificate in Arts of the Moving Image. She began her work in the Wired! Lab the Fall of 2016, working with Kristin Huffman’s project of the Jacopo de’Barbari map of 16th century Venice. Lizzet is one of the animation developers on this undertaking, and she hopes to continue with animation in the future.


Projects

A Portrait of Venice

Imagining Venice

Emma Durham

Wired! Fellow

Emma is an undergraduate fellow in the Wired! Lab working on Paris of Waters.


Projects

Paris of Waters

Jess Edelson

Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Trinity Class of 2022 | Major in Political Science, Information Science, and Digital Innovation

Jess Edelson, Class of 2022, is pursuing studies in Political Science, Information Science, and Digital Innovation. She is currently involved in research pertaining to the Kingdom of Sicily geo-referenced database. Outside of the Wired! Lab, Jess enjoys photography, exploring the architecture of holy spaces, and reading in her hammock.


Projects

The Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database

Cameron Esses

Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Class of 2019 | Major in Mechanical Engineering, Minor in Medieval Renaissance Studies

I am from Destin Florida, a small town in the panhandle of Florida. I am currently a member of Air Force ROTC and will commission in May as a 2nd Lt. After I graduate, I am staying at Duke for another year to get my Masters Degree in Engineering Management from the Pratt School of Engineering. Although my area of study did not relate to the medieval era, I found the architecture and way of life fascinating. Through classes like “Medieval Castles of Europe” and “Medieval Christianity in film and fiction” I was able to explore and learn about something I might never have been exposed to. The Wired! Lab projects further allowed me to fuel my curiosity about medieval architecture.


Projects

Book of Fortresses

Luke Evans

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2022 | Major in Computer Science & Art History

Luke Evans is from Asheboro, North Carolina and studying Computer Science and Art History. He works on the Art of the Americas project to build a reimagined multimedia exhibit with the Nasher Museum of Art.


Projects

Art of the Americas Interactive