My research is in the area of digital stewardship with a particular focus on digital cultural heritage such as film, digital and transmediated games, and time-based media art. My work examines existing preservation systems and how to document historical and contemporary interpretive frameworks for digital objects. I engage with archival practice that seeks to address politics of representation in memory institutions. My current research examines the politics embedded in the design of digital heritage aggregation and the dialogues between individuals, institutions, and communities in the archiving practices of cultural artifacts with colleague Elizabeth Stainforth. I also research the interplay between human-curated web presence and automated Semantic Web technologies in the realm of heritage and cultural production sector branding.