for Phase Three, 2001
and Content Development
Liberty has a BA
in Art History and is working on a Diploma in Cultural Resource
Management from the University of Victoria. She has experience
in Collections Management, Photographic Research, Retail Management,
and was an Interpreter at Point Ellice House in 1996. Liberty's
research of the
O'Reilly family photographs is available in the Photograph
Exhibition. Her main interest is in the Curatorial direction
of Museums and Heritage sites, and loves to visit Museums worldwide.
and Teacher on Call
Karin recently graduated
from the University of Victoria's Faculty of Education (elementary).
She has been teaching on call for the last 3 years and has a
strong background in lesson planning. She was responsible for
putting together and modifying the teachers'
and kids' corner (with the help of the
rest of the team, of course!). Karin ultimately hopes to settle
down to a part-time teaching career in primary education.
Sue Parfitt completed her Anthropology/Sociology BA in 1997
and is presently working on completing her Diploma in the Cultural
Resource Management Program at UVic. She has been working at
the BC Heritage Branch, as an intern and contractor, and was
assigned to work on Phase III of the Point Ellice House Website
as a historical researcher. Sue's contributions to the project
included research, photograph identification, photograph editing,
creating captions, as well as assisting with content editing
and administration. Sue hopes to work within the Museum/Heritage
field in the future and her main interests include interpretive
planning, collection management and research.
Web Designer/Graphic Artist
Jolie graduated from University of Victoria with a degree in
History in Art. Since graduation she has channeled her artistic
energies into Website Design, Graphic Arts and Photography.
She has worked for many of the Yukon's museums as an interpreter
and exhibition designer. Jolie is responsible for the design,
layout, graphics for the entire O'Reilly
Family Photography Special Exhibits area. She also designed
the Dresses page in the Teachers'
Corner. She is currently employed as a graphic artist and web
Writer for the O'Reilly Family Story
Bronwen completed a degree in Creative Writing in the 80's
and since then has had a variety of career and volunteer positions
in arts and administration. As her daughter, Avelyn, began to
be fascinated with the heritage world, Bronwen was led to rediscover
this earlier passion and is presently taking the Cultural Resource
Management Program at the University of Victoria. She was responsible
for the children's "O'Reilly
Family Story". Bronwen believes that if we can stimulate
a child's imagination about their own society's heritage, we
also help promote that child's sense of belonging in a continuum
of time and culture - a valuable accomplishment in today's fast-paced,
Ben was responsible
for the design of graphics, layout and overall "look"
of new sections and content, including Teachers'
Corner, Kids' Corner, Letters,
and Site Map pages. He also updated
the design of the Entrance, Index,
Index, and Digital Collections Team page. Ben
is a an artist in several areas: drawing, painting, sculpting,
pottery, illustration, graphics, makeup, and photography. He
has attended the University of Victoria and other accredited
post-secondary institutes, but considers himself self-taught
in the areas of art and design. Ben is currently working as
principal designer for a local web design firm, and freelances
as a photographer and makeup artist.
is a list of sponsors! Here are the people who created this
for Phase Two, 1997
Photography, Layout, Scanning, and HTML
Suzanne has a Diploma
in Visual Arts. Her area of focus is Graphic Design and is a
partner in the company Industrial
Art Internet Group.
added a new index and main page, the O'Reilly
family tree, Caroline
O'Reilly's recipes,the Point
Ellice clothes collection section, the RBCM
collection of Point Ellice Clothes and Accessories section,the
Victoriana for Children
section and the Interactive
Dressing Doll, Kathleen O'Reilly's
Presentation Gown section, and the Architectural
Suzanne has also
worked on the project: Emily
Carr at home and at work, and is currently developing the B.C.
Archives Time Machine website.
Design,Photography, HTML, Scanning, Design, Layout, RBCM Docent
Carollyne is also
a partner of Industrial
Art Internet Group. She has a BA with a double major
in Psychology and History in Art from the University of Victoria.
Her areas of study focused on Consumer and Marketing Psychology
and Northwest Coast Indigenous Arts.Carollyne was the writer
and designer for the Manufacturers
Biographies on this site. She also
created the Fun
and Games section for kids in the
Victoriana for Children and added information to the database.
Carollyne created the Teacher's
Corner section forTeaching,
Learning, and Farming at Craigflower Farm , and is currently
working on the B.C.
Archives Time Machine Phase I and Phase II, Haig-Brown
House, and a Teachers Guide for the Emily
Carr At Home and At Work site. Carollyne loves the museum
and antiques. She hopes to be able to vacuum the Woolly Mammoth
in the RBCM one day!
Curator and Content Provider
Ministry of Small Business, Tourism, and Culture.
Jennifer has been in the historic site business a long time (since 1974)! She has a BA in History and Museum Studies from UBC and a Masters of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, NYC. She was curator at Barkerville before becoming curator of the South-West Okanagan Region historic sites, including Carr House, Point Ellice House, Haig-Brown House, Craigflower Schoolhouse, Helmcken House, Kilby,Yale,and Keremeos. Besides playing with old buildings and old stuff, Jen likes to play with her kids.
Her e-mail address is: Jennifer.Iredale@gems.gov.bc.ca
Members for Phase One, 1996
a BA in Art History and a Diploma in Cultural Resource Management
from the University of Victoria. He also has experience in Graphics
Design and computer instruction. His main interest is in museums
and the internet, and spends most of his life in either one
he has worked on:
Landscapes: Thompson-Okanagan, Past, Present, and Future
Endangered Species in Endangered Spaces
Point Ellice Collection of Household Victoriana
Carr: at Home and at Work
e-mail address is: email@example.com
Design, Layout, Photography, and HTML
has recently completed a BA double major in Geography and Environmental
Studies at the University of Victoria. Her area of study focused
around community and social planning within an ecosystem framework.
Kathryn hopes to either one day replace Victoria's city planner
or become an artisan on a remote Gulf Island - which ever proves
to be the most pragmatic!
is Kathryn's favorite Web site.
Database design and implementation
in his third year of a BSC in Computer Science at the University
of Victoria. Another "techie", he has a lot of experience
working with audio visual equipment and programming in several
different languages. He prefers Macintosh over IBM (but still
likes getting his hands dirty in unix) and Coca-Cola over Pepsi.
HTML, Database design and implementation
in the second year of a two-year program in the Computer Systems
Technology Program at Camosun College. Paul is a hard-core "tekkie",
and knows programming in many different languages. Along the
way he has also learned several human languages (although they
are not nearly as interesting),including French, Spanish, Chinese,
was the most elusive of the team, and, ironically, learned this
useful skill installing security systems for two alarm companies
in Victoria. As you can tell by his e-mail address, Burton is
a living Douglas Adams novel, complete with high-tech interface
and multiple planes of reality. His only problem was that he
couldn't always find an electrical socket where he needed it...
e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org