As the paper conservator at Stanford Libraries, I am responsible for the conservation of the unbound items in the collection, such as maps, works of art on paper, parchment documents, posters, scrolls, and ephemera. My role in the conservation lab includes the conservation assessment of collection materials, documentation and the physical treatment of materials, and providing advice and expertise on the storage, handling, and care of unbound collections.
- MA with Certificate of Advanced Studies, Art Conservation, State University of New York College at Buffalo
- BA, Middle Eastern and North African studies, University of California, Los Angeles
American Institute for Conservation, Associate Member
Western Association for Art Conservation, Member
More about me
While my primary professional specialty is in paper conservation, I have strong interests and experience in other aspects of the field including historical bindings and the conservation of bound materials and papyrus. In addition, I hold a special interest in materials from the Islamic world, both bound and unbound, the conservation of these materials, and their codicology.