Victoria Stevens part of the HCSW Project team is an experienced archive conservator so on #internationalarchivesday2021 no better time to do a post about her
see our Meet the Team section https://historyofconsettsteelworks.com/meet-the-team/
From the about section on her website
I am a highly experienced library and archive conservator delivering a comprehensive conservation service across the UK. I am an accredited member of the Institute of Conservation (Icon), and am proud to be listed on Icon’s Conservation Register. Full details of my background and experience can be found here.
With over 20 years’ experience of working with historic collections, predominantly in the library and archive collections of several Oxford University colleges and now in museum, educational and religious collections across the UK, I am able to offer an extensive range of practical conservation treatments, and am confident and skilled in treating a wide variety of formats and materials of all ages. Additionally, I am able to provide pragmatic conservation and preservation advice, including condition assessments, environmental control, handling and moving collections and preparing objects for exhibition or digitisation. I am available to undertake collection-wide projects as well welcoming the opportunity to work on one-off, individual objects.
Regardless of the size of the project, every client is offered a cost-effective service tailored to their individual requirements and to those of each object, with full consultation from initial condition assessment, through treatment to final reporting and aftercare.
Please do consider speaking to Victoria to explore her supporting any projects