Delphine Sims is a PhD student in the History of Art Department at UC Berkeley, where she studies the history of photography in the Americas. Her research focuses on the ways in which race, gender, geography, and urbanity inform landscape photography. Most recently, she was the Mellon Curatorial Intern at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. She previously worked at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art as the Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Photography. She has worked on numerous museum exhibitions throughout California and contributed writings to several exhibition catalogs. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California with a BA in Art History and African American Studies.