Every one of our Committee members is a volunteer. Together we cover many aspects of the wallcoverings sector – we are conservators, historians, researchers, lecturers, artists, and manufacturers.
Former paper conservator at the National Trust, particularly interested in technology of production of 18th century wallpapers
Family background in decorating since the early 19th century. BA (Hons):Textile Design,MA: Country House Studies.Research focuses on the socio-economic context of 19th century wallpaper.
Historic wallpaper consultant and conservator. MA in Historic Wallpaper Conservation and PhD in the history of the 18th century English wallpaper trade. Former conservator at English Heritage with over 30 years experience. ICON accredited
Independent upholsterer and furniture restorer with particular interest in surface design and interior decoration
Architect specialising exclusively in historic built environment. Principal of Heritage Architecture, long-standing committee member with a particular interest in embossed finishes, and interiors
Artist and designer hand-printing wallpaper at Brixton Print Shed, London, UK