Cristian Miguel Torres Gutierrez is an independent researcher that contributes his experience with digital humanities, cultural narratives, interinstitutional liaising, and administration. He has experience in grant management and project coordination, liaising institutions, and systematising consensuses between scientists, academics, and community members. He has worked on several digital humanities initiatives, designing the database and exhibition platforms and contributing to Unlocking the Colonial Archive. He researches Nahua ways of making and preserving History. He has an educational background in Crossways in Cultural Narratives and has been self-trained in digital humanities tools as well as in the Institute of Palaeography and Digital Humanities in University of Texas at Austin.