- Paper and Photographic Conservator
Susie Clark ACR ICON is an accredited paper and photographic conservator. After qualifying in paper conservation, she was the conservator for the BBC Hulton Picture Library, a collection of approximately 20 million photographs. In 1990 she became a freelance paper and photographic conservator. Susie works throughout Britain and abroad (including in North and South America, Europe and the Middle East) for public and private institutions and individuals.
Clients include national and regional museums, libraries, archives, universities, businesses and newspapers. She has worked for the National Trust, English Heritage, National Archives, National Media Museum, British Library, National Museum of Scotland, Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate, Royal Academy of Art, National Museum of Wales and Oxford University. In 1996, Susie won the Museums and Galleries Commission Jerwood Conservation Award for Research and Innovation. For several years, she has been the conservator for the Collaborative Research Project between the National Media Museum and the Getty Conservation Institute looking at the characteristics of photographic processes. Since 2015, she has been an Honorary Teaching Fellow for the University of Dundee.
- Conservation treatment of photographs
- Condition surveys of photographic collections and preparation of reports
- Conservation advice about the care of collections
- Training and lectures.