Information Center
Cameron Trowbridge, Manager, Research Services
Cameron Trowbridge, Manager, Research Services

Cameron Trowbridge, manages research support activities for the GCI, which includes research, reference, collection development and access for the GCI's Information Center; intellectual property rights management; and production of AATA Online. He has a BA in art history from the University of California, Berkeley and a MSI in library and information services from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining the GCI, Cameron was the director of collections and access at the Japanese American National Museum.

Email: ctrowbridge@getty.edu

Lynda Bunting, Managing Editor, AATA Online
Lynda Bunting

Lynda Bunting manages the production of AATA Online. Prior to joining GCI, she held various art-related editorial and librarian positions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Getty Research Institute; Blum & Poe; and the University of Southern California. Lynda has a BA in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles; an MA in Art History from California State University, Northridge; and an MLIS from San Jose State University.

Email: lbunting@getty.edu

Sheila Cummins, Collections Development Librarian
Sheila Cummins

Sheila Cummins is responsible for developing the Getty library's collection of research materials focusing on the management, conservation, and protection of cultural property. Sheila has an academic background in art history, which she taught for several years, and an MSI in Library and Information Services from the University of Michigan. She previously worked as a reference librarian at the University of Michigan and as an editor for the Bibliography of the History of Art.

Email: scummins@getty.edu

Anna Duer, Reference Librarian
Anna Duer

Anna Duer graduated with a Master's in Library and Information Science from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2010. Since then, she has worked at the GCI providing expert research assistance to the Conservation Guest Scholars and GCI staff. Prior to joining the GCI, Anna worked as a research specialist at a market research firm and on her own time, provides on-call services as a librarian for the Los Angeles Public Library.

Email: aduer@getty.edu

Valerie Greathouse, Research Associate

Valerie Greathouse's area of expertise is conservation information. Serving conservation professionals at the Getty and worldwide with research strategies, she provides research services and bibliography development to GCI project teams. She was educated at UCLA studying psychology and anthropology/archaeology. Her graduate work involved behavioral sciences and retrieval, analysis, and dissemination of evaluation information. Before joining the GCI, she managed an abstracting and indexing unit at UCLA utilizing the early ARPANET and consulted in information retrieval systems.

Email: vgreathouse@getty.edu

Amy Iwasaki, Library Assistant, AATA Online
Amy

Amy Iwasaki is responsible for producing database records for AATA Online. She holds a BA in Geography with a cultural and political emphasis from University of California, Los Angeles. Prior to joining the staff of AATA Online, she was a Multicultural (now Marrow) Undergraduate Intern and Production Assistant for the MOSAIKON Initiative.

Email: aiwasaki@getty.edu

Karen Karyadi, Assistant Editor, AATA Online

Karen Karyadi is responsible for abstracts indexing and maintaining AATA Online's authority files. She received her MLIS in archival studies from University of California, Los Angeles and her graduate certificate in Museum and Curatorial Studies from CSU Long Beach, with additional background in photography. Prior to joining the GCI, she was a Curatorial Assistant in the Getty Museum's Department of Photographs as part of the Museum's cataloging and digitization initiative.

Email: kkaryadi@getty.edu

Katelyn Ramirez, Staff Assistant
Katelyn

Katelyn Ramirez provides administrative support for the Information Center and Communications Departments. She received her BA in History from California Polytechnic State University-Pomona. Upon completing her degree, Katelyn was a Getty Marrow Undergraduate Intern with the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California. As a Getty Marrow Intern at MOLAA, Katelyn worked on the Getty-funded Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibition, Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago.

Email: kramirez@getty.edu