Jen Larson (MA 2005) has relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, where she is the Grand Ole Opry’s first full-time archivist.

Adam Brandow (MA 2010) and his wife, Megan Brandow-Faller, welcomed the arrival of their son, Otto Felix Leopold, on September 6.

Alex Irving (MA 2011) is the new gifts of art officer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Sarah Brown McLeod (MA 2012) has been named U.S. director of press and communications at Paddle 8, where she is overseeing public relations and communications for the company, including all auctions, special initiatives, and corporate communications.

Corinne Brandt (MA 2014) has received a fellowship from the Trustees of Reservations—a land preservation organization in Massachusetts. Corinne is working at Mission House in Stockbridge, which showcases an outstanding collection of eighteenth-century American material culture collected in the 1920s. She is also working at another property, Field Farm, near Williams College, which is an important example of post-World War II architecture with a few terrific mid-century furniture pieces. Corinne explains, “My area of interest is Colonial American material culture, so this is a real departure for me, but I have never been happier for the BGC Survey course, which gave me an excellent base knowledge of styles and designers. If anyone ever complains about Survey let them know that you never know where your career will take you and what you may need to know down the line! “

Shannon Price (MPhil 2014) has been named director of external partnerships and cultural affairs at Parsons School of Design, The New School.

Ariel Rosenblum (MA 2015) was the conservator/textile preparator for the exhibition Woven Power: Ritual Textiles of Sarawak and West Kalimantan on view until mid-December at the Cantor Art Gallery, Holy Cross College, Worchester, Massachusetts.