In my PhD. I researched Skodsborg Badesanatorium as an example of a large private-religious health institution in a 20th century Danish context, where healthcare increasingly became a public matter. I also look at how the sanitarium manged its heritage from the 19th. century unorthodox medical movements and its adherence to the Adventist Church.
Since 2009 where I became curator at Rudersdal Museer, I have expanded my knowledge of the history of Rudersdal area and especially from 18th to the 20th century.
At Ringkøbing-Skjern Museum where I made educational material about Western Jutland and an exhibition about the Danish poet-pastor Kaj Munk, 2008-2009
Master of Arts in History and Latin, Copenhagen University, graduated in 2007 with a special interest in early medieval Danish crusades.