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I am an accredited stained glass conservator at Barley Studio, York, with 10 years of studio experience since completing my studies at the University of York (during which I was awarded the inaugural Nicholas Barker prize for my dissertation research).  As the specialist conservator within the Barley Studio team, working alongside Managing Director and Head Conservator Keith Barley, I have responsibility for ensuring that all conservation work is carried out fully and documented appropriately. 

As a conservator my aim is to make a difference to the objects in our care, either now or for the future; to clean, to improve the appearance if possible and appropriate, to preserve from future deterioration through the installation of environmental protection.  I undertake glazing surveys, giving advice on the care of stained glass in private collections, churches and cathedrals across the UK.  Since 2017 I have been a member of the Stained Glass Committee of the Church Buildings Council.

Working at Barley Studio I have had the privilege to work on many interesting projects, from individual windows in homes and parish churches to major historic glazing schemes, including the world-famous sixteenth-century ‘Herkenrode’ glass at Lichfield Cathedral and the beautiful fourteenth-century glass of St Denys’ Church in York.

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