Conservation for everyone

Professional conservator. Working in museums and excavations since 2015. I am interested in bringing conservation closer to the general public. Use this website to see some of the objects I’ve worked on, read some articles on conservation issues, and find information on courses and services I can offer.

What I Do

Take a course or contact me for more information on conservation

The Home Collection Game course

Course on the basics of preventive conservation, so you can keep your home collection safe.

Crochet Foundations course

Course on the basics to start you off crocheting. Conservators require a lot of hand-eye coordination and crafting skills. Hobbies like crochet, knitting, book-binding, etc. are fun and useful!

Conservation consultation

Set up a free 30min Zoom to ask about conservation issues you may be having.

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Understanding psychrometric charts and dew points

Understanding psychrometric charts and dew points

You understand temperature and relative humidity, but you're just not sure what you're supposed to do with that dew point. What does that tell you? Find out here and get an extra explanation of psychrometric charts too!

Book-wrapping for home collections

Book-wrapping for home collections

Dust and dirt can be a real bother on bookshelves. They can lead to spotting and foxing. Here are some instructions with photos and a video so that you can protect your favourite books with a stable plastic sleeve.

Checking traps with your phone

Checking traps with your phone

You want to check your insect traps, but you don't have a nice microscope. Guess what you can do with a phone these days!