Eve currently works for Whirl-i-Gig, the creator of the open source software Collective Access. At Whirl-i-gig, Eve performs data modeling and develops digital management solutions for clients including museums and artist endowed foundations. Before joining Whirl-i-gig in 2019, Eve worked as the Collection Information and Digital Asset Manager at the Joan Mitchell Foundation. In her five-year tenure at the Joan Mitchell Foundation, Eve built a custom database solution that successfully supports the foundation’s collection management, image management and catalogue raisonné research. Eve’s background as a museum registrar informs her ability to represent inherently complex artworks, exhibition environments and workflows within the structure of a relational database. As a freelance database developer, she has worked on projects for The National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress and The Association for Recorded Sound Collections.