Trained as a fine-art photographer, Jennifer became interested in conservation as a way to blend her love of art with a curiosity about materials. After getting her graduate degree, Jennifer continued to hone her skills as a conservator and photographer in positions at museums, regional centers, and private practices throughout the United States.
Jennifer is a Professional Associate member of the American Institute for Conservation, a peer-reviewed status. Her practice is guided by the AIC Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice. She has served in volunteer leadership positions in the Western Association for Art Conservation, the Cooperstown-Buffalo Alumni Board, Outside the Lines, and the American Institute for Conservation.
Jennifer was a full-time lecturer for "Technical Examination and Documentation" at the Garman Art Conservation Department, Buffalo State College (2019-2020 academic year).
For a list of Jennifer's recent publications, click here.
Jennifer has held positions at the Williamstown Art Conservation Center, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Menil Collection, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Detroit Institute of Art, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, the Alaska State Library, and Paul Messier LLC.
MA and C.A.S Art Conservation, Buffalo State College, (SUNY)
Certificate, Arts Management, Purchase College, (SUNY)
BFA Photography, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Selected institutional clients
Buffalo Bill Center of the West; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum; Colorado State University; Denver Art Museum; Georgia O'Keeffe Museum; History Colorado; Menil Collection; Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; National Park Service; Portland Art Museum; Saint Louis Art Museum; University of Denver; US Air Force Academy; US Olympic Committee; Weissman Preservation Center at Harvard University; Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage at Yale University
Portfolio and references available upon request.