Here are a few of the questions I’m often asked. If there’s something you’re wondering, and you don’t see the answer here, please feel free to get in touch.
What types of organizations do you work with?
I work with cultural heritage institutions, including libraries, archives and museums, and businesses. Most of my clients are attempting to identify the full scope of their collection-oriented digital assets; develop the appropriate policies, workflows, and skillsets to integrate those assets; and make them accessible to both internal and external audiences.
How long does the average project take?
There is considerable range in the length of projects. The most common projects take four to five days, including an onsite visit. Past projects have run as long as six weeks, and as short as two days.
Can you help me get funding?
Yes. I have nearly 20 years of experience as a grant writer and reviewer for the IMLS in the Museums for America and National Leadership programs. A number of my clients‘ projects have resulted in successful grant awards to pursue goals identified by my analysis.
How much will my project cost?
After talking with you about the needs of your organization, I’ll give you a straightforward estimate based on the scope and complexity of your project. For example, a small art gallery looking to digitize a collection of contemporary artists will generally require less time and oversight than a large museum in the process of changing archival software.
How do I schedule a consultation?
I’d love to know more about your project. Get in touch with me here. I charge $120 for an hour-long consultation, which can include an on-site visit if you’re in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area. We’ll talk about your goals, your budget, and your timeline.
Schedule your phone call through Clarity.fm or send me an email