BA (Art History), MA (Art Curatorship)
Amy joined ICS in 2017, and has rapidly developed her project management skills in the outdoor heritage area. Amy’s foundation is a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Masters in Art Curatorship, and during her studies she developed a fascination with objects and outdoor heritage conservation. Prior to joining ICS, Amy worked in a number of local and federal arts institutions undertaking objects handling and collections management.
In the ICS Objects and Outdoor Heritage team, Amy works closely with our objects and outdoor heritage conservators, as well as with specialist subcontractors. She continues to grow her portfolio, supporting a wide range of archaeological and outdoor heritage projects.
As a passionate conservation professional, Amy enjoys the huge range of practical and administrative challenges provided by projects undertaken for our private, corporate and institution clients. She continues to utilise and expand her arts administration skills to ensure the smooth running of projects that deliver the best outcomes.