About Us


Master of Art Conservation, Queens’ University , Kingston, Ontario, 1984.
Accredited by the Institute of Conservation in UK, 2000, and the
Canadian Association of Professional Conservators, 2003.
Courses and experience in Project Management.
Private practice in UK since 1987 working on easel paintings, wall paintings and painted sculpture.
Based in London.


Diploma in Conservation, City and Guilds of London Art School, 1984. Certificate in Conservation of Mural Paintings, ICCROM, Rome, 1989.
Accredited by the Institute of Conservation in UK (2000).
Courses in microscopy and paint analysis. Senior Sculpture Conservator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1992-2002.
Private practice since 2002 working on sculpture, wall paintings, architectural decoration, and paint analysis using the microscope.
Works as archaeological conservator on sites in Egypt and Sudan.
Based in London.


Masters in Easel Painting Conservation at Northumbria University 1993. Degree in Fine Art Painting and another M.A. in Printmaking, Brighton 1988
Private practice Since 1994 In both Easel and Wall Paintings – working in Uk, Italy and Venezuela.
Specialist Subjects include History of traditional and Modern Pigments, Spectrophotometry.
Based in Brighton.
Publications- Mixing and Matching, Approaches to Retouching Paintings – ‘Colour Theory and the application of a portable spectrophotometer for retouching”, Stig Evans and Andrew Hanson. Archetype Publications. 2010