Consultant and conservator on the conservation of mural paintings and architectural finishes. BA: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Art History and English (1979). Certificate: Conservation of Wall Paintings Course, ICCROM, Rome (1981); Certificate of Painting Conservation, Istituto Centrale per il Restauro, Rome (1982); UNESCO Conservation Research Fellow, ICCROM (1982; MS: University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation (1992). McCrone Research Institute, Microscopy for Conservators (1994). Graduate Studies, Interior Design, Corcoran College of Art and Design (2003-2004). US Capitol Historical Society Fellowship- Technical Study of the Painting Techniques of Constantino Brumidi at the US Capitol. Myers Conservation and Associates, Washington, DC (1993-2005); Conservation Specialist, Fine Arts Program, Office of the Chief Architect, US General Services Administration, Washington (2005-2007); Senior Project Specialist, Getty Conservation Institute (2007-2009). Visiting scholar, thesis advisor, research associate, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation (1996-present).