Rémi Castonguay is Curator of Collections at the Visual Resources Centre (Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, UBC). He received his MLIS from McGill University in 2000 and MA in musicology from Hunter College in 2008. His varied experience in New York City took him from the Frick Collection to Columbia University and the City University of New York. He was Public Services and Project Librarian at Yale University’s Gilmore Music Library from 2008 to 2015. In BC, Castonguay worked at Lucidea, an ILS software company based in Richmond, and at SFU as Digital Scholarship Librarian. In recent years his work has focused on analogue and digital preservation and the digital humanities. He has presented numerous times at the International Association of Music Library (IAML) and the Music Library Association (MLA) conferences and his articles have appeared in Fontes Artis Musicae, Music Reference Services Quarterly, the Journal of Web Librarianship and other publications. Castonguay plays the piano, harpsichord, accordion, guitar, recorder and a little bit of ukulele!