Alexandra Provo is currently the Digital Production Editor for the Enhanced Networked Monographs project at NYU and co-editor of ARLIS/NA’s Multimedia & Technology Reviews. She has an MS in Library & Information Science from Pratt Institute and a BA in art history from Wesleyan University. Her BA Honors thesis focused on methods of connoisseurship as defined in the writings of Giovanni Morelli and Bernard and Mary Berenson. As a photograph cataloger on the “Homeless Paintings of the Italian Renaissance” Project at Harvard University’s Villa I Tatti from 2012-2013, she had the opportunity to continue working with material related to the Berensons at their former home. Alexandra was the 2015-2016 Kress Fellow in Art Librarianship at Yale University, and has been the project manager for two linked open data projects: Florentine Renaissance Drawings: A Linked Catalogue for the Semantic Web and the Linked Jazz Project. She has also worked as a Remote Contributor for Artsy’s Art Genome Project.