Creamer earned her B.A. in Anthropology (with a focus in archaeology) at the Ohio State University in 2014, with her senior honors thesis addressing the trade and culture of resins and amber in the ancient Near East. She has participated in fieldwork in Italy, Azerbaijan, Greece, and Iraq, where she is an Associate Director of the Erbil Plain Archaeological Survey in Iraqi Kurdistan. Her interests include Mesopotamian archaeology (at site and landscape levels), the expansion of empire in the ancient world, and the impact of imperialism on non-elite communities. She is particularly interested in death and funerary rituals to understand personal and communal identities. She specializes in using digital humanities for remote sensing, landscape analysis, and digital 3D model creation. Creamer's summer 2020 project focused on digitizing the ceramics of Tell Billa including the information on archival artifact cards and the objects held in the Penn Museum collections themselves.