John Raimondo is studying toward an MA with Prof. John Bonnett at Brock U. His research is exploring the potential of a deep-map narrative as an innovative genre for the expression of historical data. By looking at the ways deep maps can be created and conceived in augmented and virtual reality, John hopes to demonstrate to historians their value beyond the deep maps constructed to-date using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He is currently working on a virtual deep map of the National Historic Willowbank Estate in Queenston, Ontario, Canada. His research interests include digital history, deep maps, spatial narratives and architecture. He will use his digital research skills to contribute to the Amsterdamnified Project.