AIC & CAC-ACCR Joint Annual Meeting and Conference : Emergency! Preparing for Disasters and Confronting the Unexpected in Conservation
Bibliotheque Nationale de France
Emergency response coordinator
National library of France, Emergency response coordinator Convenor at AFNOR TC46 /SC10, Information and documentation/ Requirements for document storage and conditions for preservation, and expert called in ISO technical committee TC46/SC10. http://www2.afnor.org/espace_normalisation/structure.aspx?commid=3159 May 2015, ICCROM, Nepal cultural emergency report (member of the core team) http://www.iccrom.org/nepal-cultural-emergency-report/ Member of the french committee of the Blue Shield
Bibliotheque nationale de France
I obtained a master's degree in Art History from the Ecole du Louvre (Paris), 1996. I then studied paper conservation at the Institut National du Patrimoine (INP-IFROA, Paris), from where I graduated in 2000. Shortly after my graduation, I was hired by the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF, Paris). I was first in charge of a book and paper conservation team and then specialized in the conservation of performing art documents (2D and 3D gouached paper documents, among which theater set designs, masks and various related drawings). I work primarily for the Departement des Arts du Spectacle (Performing Art Department), and occasionally for external museums, such as the Nouveau Musee National de Monaco (NMNM).