Our people are all passionate about working with beautiful works of art. You can explore their profiles below.
Fine Art Specialist, Valuer and Lecturer
Since opening the art studios in 1997, Julia has built a team of dedicated and skilled conservators with active interests in Old Masters and contemporary art. She also takes on freelance help from qualified conservators.
Anna has a degree in 'Chemical Science and Technology in Conservation and Restoration', providing her with a great scientific knowledge applied to works of art.
She has extensive experience of working in museums including The Royal Institute. She is a specialist in retouching, modern art and early painting techniques.
Frame Specialist, Carver and Gilder
Richard trained in Slovakia as a conservator of historic buildings, carver and gilder. He ran his own company there for many years restoring the interiors of churches and ancient monuments, prior to emigrating to the UK a few years ago.
He therefore draws on a wealth of skills enabling us to rescue the most unusual objects, works of art and frames and make exquisite and imaginative cabinets to house the treasures we conserve.
Easel Paintings Conservator
Aleksandra is an Easel Paintings Conservator with a Masters degree in the Conservation of Paintings & Wooden Polychrome Sculpture from the Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland. After qualifying, she worked at the Polish Army Museum, Warsaw, as an easel paintings conservator, before moving to England to work in a small conservation practice up in the north west. She therefore has many years of experience before joining our studios in west London.
Works on Paper Specialist
In 2001 Sarah became a private paper conservator after working within the conservation departments of various notable institutions since 1987 such as the Courtauld Gallery.
Sarah works conserving all types of works of Art on Paper offering a comprehensive service to meet the needs of clients, obtaining the best treatment required for every individual work of art.
Research and Marketing Specialist
Adam is an art historian, lecturer and lutenist. He graduated with a BA in History from University College London and an MA from the Sotheby's Institute of Art, London. Amongst his primary specialism in British Art from 1500 - 1850, he is particularly interested in portraiture, watercolours and historic arms and armour. In June 2016 he became an accredited lecturer for the Arts Society (formerly NADFAS), and is a guide lecturer at the Wallace Collection.