Accredited in 2018, Objects Conservator. Services include treatments, condition assessments, and collection surveys. Masters of Arts and Certificate of Advanced Study in Conservation Science from Buffalo State College (2002). Prior to private practice, worked at Saint Louis Art Museum, Royal Ontario Museum, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Harvard Peabody Museum, and Historic New England. Extensive experience treating variety of materials including stone, ceramic, metal, glass, plastics, wood, and leather. Services provided in English. Private commissions accepted.
Preventive Conservation, Facility Assessments, Risk Assessment, Storage Reorganization, Climate Control, Lighting, Facility Planning, Program Development, Storage Planning, Risk Analysis, Risk Management, Sustainability, Environment, Conservation Standards, Education And Training, Science And Technology, Plastics, Modern Materials, Decorative Arts, Lacquer, Glass, Ceramic, Porcelain, China, Plaster, Gilding, Historic Interior, Reliquaries, Candlesticks, Torchere, Metal, Bronze, Silver, Iron, Gold, Lead, Steel, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Plaque, Jewellery/Jewelry, Wood, Painted Wood, Gilded Wood, Carving, Wooden Object, Wooden Artifact, Furniture, Sculpture, Polychrome, Objects/Artifacts, Archaeological objects, Leather, Stone, Guns/Firearms, Medals, Coins, Tokens, Indigenous Material, Ethnographic Objects, Hide, Feather, Rawhide, Semi-tanned Hide, Smoke Tanned Hide, Brain Tanned Hide, Bone, Horn, Beads/Beadwork, Quillwork, Basketry, Kayak, Canoe, Totem Pole, Moccasins, Mukluks, Parka, Pipe, Powder Horn, Parfleche, Metis Sash, Headdress, Bow, Arrow, Quiver, Spear, Shield, Antler