Amy joined ICS in January 2020 as an Objects Conservator. She holds an Masters in Objects Conservation from the University of Melbourne and a Postgraduate Diploma in Ceramics Conservation from West Dean College.
Previously, Amy worked at the State Library of New South Wales on a range of projects, including a comprehensive assessment of their objects collection and the treatment and rehousing of a high-value collection of military and commemorative medals.
Amy’s main areas of specialisation are the conservation of high- and low-fired ceramics and archaeological materials. She has undertaken ceramics conservation internships at the British Museum and the Royal Collection Trust and has worked as a conservator on archaeological excavations in Italy, Greece and Australia.
In her current role at ICS, Amy carries out conservation treatments on a diverse range of objects, such as small ceramics, metal sculptures and large-scale outdoor monuments.
Amy is a member of the Institute of Conservation (ICON) and the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM).