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My gilding career began in conjunction with painting exterior Victorians in San Francisco in the early 1980’s. Ornamental details were highlighted with 23 carat gold leaf.
In the mid 1990’s I received some finer training from Stanley Robinson, a founding member of SOG.
In the early 2000’s I worked in Paris with a team of expert gilders.
I commenced and continued interior architectural gilding in the early 2000’s.
Particularly working with pure silver leaf on mouldings, niches, ceilings and furniture.
I concurrently did and continue to do various decorative finishes, and restoration, repair and touch up of decorative finishes.
I learned to use the gilding wheel with the help of Michael Kramer. It is a tool and technique which allows high production and high quality finished work.
I also work on restoring / repairing damaged gilded furniture and architectural elements.
I continue to do interior projects primarily in pure silver leaf, gold leaf and composition silver leaf.
B. A. Hons. in English literature and Classical civilization from University College Dublin.
Diploma in Art History, a joint program from University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin.