I am an art-architectural historian and historic preservationist specializing in luxury interiors and elite American identities in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. I graduated from Sotheby's Institute of Art - London with an MA in Fine and Decorative Art in 2016, and am currently researching and writing on Gilded Age bathrooms. Upcoming projects will focus on Gilded Age marble and the gentleman's farm of the 1920s and 30s in Tennessee. Interests include the Gilded Age and American Country Place Era; Beaux-Arts and 'Revival' styles; genteel spatial typology; and historicism in the interior, particularly as it relates to modern identity and technology. Areas of focus include Vanderbilt residences; the architect Richard Morris Hunt and associated professionals and firms, including Jules Allard, Batterson & Eisele, and Rafael Guastavino; bathrooms and bathing spaces; gentlemen's rooms; and restoration and reuse in the 'New Gilded Age.'