|Shayne enjoys everything but work. Hobbies include woodworking, growing
fruit, building things, watching TV, and dreaming. Has the ability
to befriend scoundrels and rascals in addition to kings and queens
- though the opportunity to meet kings and queens hasn't materialized
yet. And he loves his family.
|Cindy is IATH's resident X-geek (XML, XSLT, XPath, Xquery - any X-initialed coding, really).
Her two children have long since outgrown her and are thrilled about it.
She's also working towards her second degree black belt in karate, so if you see bruises on her arms and legs, don't be alarmed - that's normal.
She enjoys playing games with her family and watching movies and will never forgive FOX for canceling Firefly.
|Digital Humanities Project Design/Manager
|Susanna earned her PhD in Jewish History from Brandeis University in 2017.
Around that time, she grew to care about the ways technology could be harnessed to further the writing of "history from below".
Soon afterward, she discovered that she simply loved working with computers.
Susanna found her way to IATH, where through her role as project manager/designer she gets to spend her days helping scholars realize their visions.
She also enjoys developing Ruby on Rails applications and experimenting with file transformation scripts.
In her free time, when she's not staring at one screen or another, she likes to be outside, or spending time with her family and the many many animals in their lives.
|Lauren is IATH's go-to person for 3D architectural visualization and animation.
Her work focuses mostly on cultural heritage projects, including JUEL, Digital Montpelier, and Historic Fort Snelling.
Before coming to IATH in 2012, Lauren received a Bachelor of Architectural History from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture from the University at Buffalo, concentrating in Inclusive Design.
In her spare time, she enjoys exploring all Charlottesville and the surrounding area have to offer.
|Doug is IATH's codeman. He likes writing code, and particularly enjoys creating Internet accessible interfaces to databases.
He specializes in custom built data-interface systems maximizing compatibility and longevity through adherence to standards and minimum dependence on external and third-party resources.
|Associate Director for Administration, IATH
|Sarah has an MA in English literature and has worked in the digital humanities, in one way or another, since 1995.
She handles IATH operations as well as grant strategizing & development, communications, and project development & support.
Her spare time tends to go to dog walks, cooking, and trying to keep her plants alive.
|Senior Programmer Analyst
|Robbie Bingler, a programmer in language de Jour, database and
interface developer, bug wrangler, and all around integration specialist
to "make things work." He was also the person on the other end of Keswick's leash.
|Keswick, a well-bred Virginia gentleman, a proud graduate of the rigorous Service Dogs of Virginia training program.
He was partnered with Robbie Bingler, and his duties included canine and small animal liaison services, 3D object retrieval,
real-time socialization routines and social networks, and visitor querying and investigation services.
He also demonstrated an unexpected facility for languages, having rapidly acquired an admirable grasp of Italian.
Service Dogs of Virginia