Gary E. Albright provides professional, museum-quality conservation services for photographs and artifacts on paper. He offers conservation and restoration treatment of photographic and paper-based materials for institutional and private clients, and is an internationally respected conservation educator with a specialty in photography conservation. He has more than 35 years of experience in the field and has been a Fellow of the American Institute of Conservation since 1985. During his career he has treated a diverse array of objects, including the Emancipation Proclamation, Honus Wagner baseball cards, Ansel Adams' photographs, Paul Revere's "The Bloody Massacre," and working drafts of the Constititution of the United States.
Types of materials treated:
- Photographs - prints, negatives, images in albums, daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and portrait enlargements
- Works of art on paper - watercolors, prints, drawings, posters, pastels and folk art
- Archival materials - documents, maps, letters, architectural drawings and paper ephemera
- Parchment and vellum
- Historic wallpaper and fire screens
- Three dimensional objects - globes, fans, hat boxes and folding screens.
Gary E. Albright is located in the village of Honeoye Falls, just south of Rochester NY. He may be contacted by phone, 1-585-624-2612, or by email, email@example.com.