I’ve been fascinated with genealogical research since I was 8 years old. A lot has changed over the past few decades and I spend a great deal of my time researching my own family history, helping others find theirs, and staying informed on all topics related to genealogical technology. I live in New York City and am a member of the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the Italian Genealogy Group and a number of other terrific organizations. In February, 2014 I will be presenting a seminar called “Putting Things in Their Place: Paying it forward in the digital age” as part of the 4th annual RootsTech conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
My genealogy blog, DigiRoots, includes a number of articles I’ve written on assorted topics and a more thorough overview of my pursuits.