PhD Research fellow in the project Geological times: Geology and New Regimes of Historicity
- Museums and Museology
- Exhibitions and Museum Education
- Cultural and Natural Heritage
- Time and Temporalities
- Anthropocene, Chthulucene and The Capitalocene
- MA in Museology. University of Iceland, School of Social Sciences. Graduated 2012.
- MA-thesis was on the history of The Living Art Museum in Reykjavík, where I proposed a theoretical framework of museums as authors, where the creative aspects of museum work is emphasised.
- Diploma in Pedagogy. University of Iceland. School of Education.Incl. teacher’s certificate. Graduated 2009.
- BA in Art History. University of Iceland. School of Humanities. Graduated 2008.
- Manager of Museum Education. Reykjavik City Museum. Full-time employment from 2011-2016.
- Responsible for the museum education on five different museums/locations belonging to Reykjavik City Museum. Part of my work also involves organizing events and Exhibitions.
- Adjunct lecturer. University of Iceland. The School of Social Sciences, Museum Studies. From 2012-2015.
- Taught the course Writer’s houses as museums in the graduate program of Museum Studies. Have also taught an introductory course to Museum Studies at an undergraduate Level.
- Chairman of the Board of Icelandic Museum's Association (FÍSOS). From 2013-2016.
- Teaching a seminar on Museum Education in Hrafnseyri, West-Iceland. From 2010-2013
- Was one of three teachers and organisers of a seminar on Museum Education, intended both for museum workers and teachers. A Three-day seminar held three consecutive years.
- Teacher in Comprehensive secondary School, Borgarholtsskóli, Reykjavík, Iceland. From 2009-2011.
- Various projects and work for Reykjavík Art Museum and National Gallery of Iceland. From 2008-2011.
Thorsson, Bergsveinn. (2013). A Space of Many Dimensions: Reading the Museum as an Author. Archive on the Run: The Living Art Museum´s narrative of self empowerment, The Living Art Museum: Reykjavík. p. 182-193.