Artifact conservator, Centre de Conservation du Quebec
Archaeological objects conservator since 2001, master degree from Universite de Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (2002-2008). She is specialized in inorganic, more specifically metallic artifacts, from both terrestrial and underwater sites. She has worked in different places until she became part of the CCQ team, in 2008, and she also is part of the risk assessment team.
Conservator of photographs, National Gallery of Canada / MusÃ©e des beaux-arts du Canada
Christophe Vischi is originally from France. He studied art conservation at the Institut National du Patrimoine in Paris where he gained his Master`s degree in photographs conservation. He has worked, as an independent conservator, for numerous institutions in both France and Canada, including the Centre de Conservation du Quebec where this research was initiated. He is since 2011 photograph conservator at the National Gallery of Canada.