Jeremy Heil has been the Digital and Private Records Archivist (formerly Technical Services Archivist) at Queen’s University Archives since 2001. He holds a Master of Archival Studies degree from the University of British Columbia and a B.A. (Honours) in History and Visual Arts from Brock University. Prior to working at Queen’s, he was employed as an archivist with the Chung Collection in Vancouver, and in the Private Records Section of the Provincial Archives of Alberta. He is former president of the Archives Association of Ontario, and has served on numerous committees locally, provincially and nationally over the years. He has taught workshops on electronic records, photographs and artworks in archives, and presented papers on various topics. His publications include “The Procrustean Bed: A History of the Arrangement of the Al Purdy fonds” Archivaria 76 (Fall 2013), https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/13457/14773 and “Stones: Using Mashups to Understand a City’s Social Tapestry,” The Interactive Archivist: Case Studies in Utilizing Web 2.0 to Improve the Archival Experience (Society of American Archivists, 2009), http://lib.byu.edu/sites/interactivearchivist/case-studies/stones/. He most recently completed a term as Managing Editor of Archivaria, and is the incoming Director without Portfolio (2020-2022) for the Association of Canadian Archivists.