Our team helps build and manage relationships with clients ranging from large distributors to small business owners, and with end users such as art conservators, designers, preparators, curators, collections managers, and private collectors of art and historic documents. Serving as consultants and technical point of contacts for end users and channel partners, the team helps clients address product application challenges. If you are interested in a particular subject or in arranging an online talk, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We are happy to help.
Dr. Jennifer Booth has a background in archaeological science having participated in fieldwork projects in the U.K., Turkey, Iran, and Egypt. Subsequent to a BSc in Archaeology and MA in Principles of Conservation, both at University College London, Jennifer undertook an AHRC sponsored collaborative doctoral award project with The University of Oxford and The British Museum. Jennifer joined Tru Vue in 2013 as the International Museum and Conservation Liaison before moving to Chicago in 2017 to lead the Fine Art & Museums team.
Yadin Larochette is the Museum and Conservation Liaison for the Americas. She received a BA in Art History from the University of California at Berkeley and an MS from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation. A fifth generation French tapestry weaver, she wove professionally before embarking on a career in textile conservation. She is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation and ran a textile conservation private practice for 10 years prior to joining Tru Vue in 2015.
Alisa Vincentelli is the International Museum and Conservation Liaison, based in the UK and working across Europe. She received a BA in Classics and Archaeology from Queen Mary University of London, and a PG Dip in Easel Paintings Conservation from The Courtauld Institute of Art. Alisa developed her own conservation practice based in the North of England, combining studio-based treatment work and site-based preventive conservation consultancy, including new-museum build conservation design. She became Head of Conservation for the Auckland Castle Project, County Durham, prior to joining Tru Vue in 2019. Alisa maintains a strong contemporary art research interest.
Zulfadhli Hilmi is the International Museum and Conservation Liaison for Southeast Asia and Oceania, based in Singapore. He received his BSc in Sociology and Arts/Culture Management from Singapore Management University, and a MA in Southeast Asian Studies from National University Singapore. Previously, Hilmi was a curator at National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum prior to joining Tru Vue in 2021. He also independently curated RE/FORM/ING Patani as part of Bangkok Biennial 2018, which received a notable review on the front page of Bangkok Post, and Of Place and A Paradox at NUS Museum. Hilmi maintains a strong research interest in modern and contemporary arts practices.
Sharon Tan is the International Museum and Conservation Liaison for East Asia. She received her BBA in Marketing from National University Singapore. Sharon came from design and technical sales background. She was Business Manager at Swarovski and BMW, both in creating customized solutions for special customers and projects as well as managing distribution. Prior to joining Tru Vue in 2021, she was with Christie’s where she developed new markets for fine art services focusing on institutions, hospitality and private clients. Her role as custodian of notable artworks has instilled in her, fine art conservation which continues at Tru Vue.
Share this Article:
This article is intended for educational purposes only and does not replace independent professional judgment. Statements of fact and opinions expressed are those of the author(s) individually and, unless expressly stated to the contrary, are not the opinion or position of Tru Vue or its employees. Tru Vue does not endorse or approve, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, accuracy or completeness of the information presented.