She received her MA (Distinction) at Camberwell College of Arts in 2007 following a Graduate Certificate in Bookbinding at the London College of Communication in 2005.
She is currently on contract at the British Library Centre for Conservation where she has conserved many high profile collection items, including Leonardo da Vinci’s notebook. She also carries out private commissions at her North London studio. Recent private clients include St Bartholemew’s Hospital Archive, the Royal College of Physicians, Bury St Edmunds Cathedral, the World Rugby Museum and Thomas Woodcock (Garter, King of Arms).
Vicky has also worked as a freelance Book Conservator at the College of Arms, the centre for heraldic and genealogical research, working on a wide range of itemsfrom their historic library collection.
Services offered include:
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