Andrea Brucculeri

Andrea Brucculeri

Wired! Lab Assistant
MA in Computational Media
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Andrea Brucculeri is a first-year MA student in the Computational Media program. She received a BA in Media and Journalism with a focus in Interactive Multimedia from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The main focuses of her work are user experience design in virtual reality and video games. Her research and thesis will likely explore these topics as well as questions around gender and identity in immersive experiences. As technology becomes a more prominent part of the world every day, Andrea believes that designs should be built with human psychology and wellbeing in mind.

Jacqui Geerdes

Jacqui Geerdes

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
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Jacqui is a part-time Graduate Liberal Studies student and a full-time admissions officer at Duke Undergraduate Admissions. She is currently a team member on the Building Duke Bass Connections project, and she looks forward to contributing to the multimedia resources that tell the story of Duke’s architectural history. She received her BA in 2016 from Duke in political science with a minor in cultural anthropology.


Projects

Building Duke

Christine Liu

MA in Digital Art History/Computational Media

Christine Liu is a MA student in the Computational Media program. Her research and thesis work looks critically at digital media in Holocaust memory through recorded survival testimony. She is working on mapping and reconstructing the Kraków Ghetto to explore broader spatial questions of how spaces of confinement may be better understood through visualization. Liu received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley with Honors in History.


Projects

Mapping German Construction

Alan Carrillo

MA in Digital Art History/Computational Media

Alan Carrillo is an MA student in the Digital Art History program. His emphasis is on Medieval Art and Architecture. Carrillo received his BA in Art History from the University of California, Los Angeles.


Projects

Mapping German Construction


News & Events

MA Student Alan Carrillo on the Wawel, 3D Modeling, and Templar Typology

Clara Pinchbeck

Samuel H. Kress Digital Art History Graduate Fellow
MA in Digital Art History/Computational Media

Clara Pinchbeck is a first-year Digital Art History MA student and the Samuel H. Kress Digital Art History Graduate Fellow. Her work explores object agency in the Middle Ages through the application of modeling and photogrammetry. She is currently working on the Art of the Americas Lab, which is re-envisioning the Nasher Museum of Art’s exhibition of ancient American Art by incorporating digital technologies into its curation. Originally from a rose farm in Guilford, CT, Clara graduated cum laude from Kenyon College in 2018, receiving her BA in Anthropology and Art History (with distinction).


Projects

Art of the Americas Interactive

Building Duke

Anni Yan

Anni Yan

MA in Computational Media

Anni is a MA student in the Computational Media program at Duke University. She received a BA in Psychology and a BS in Informatics from the University of Washington, Seattle. Her current area of interest is to combine technology, design, and humanity in user experience design. If you’re interested in some of the projects she worked on, here’s a link to her portfolio. In her spare time, she likes to crochet, bake, and hike.