Dr Jonathan Kemp has over twenty years of experience as a senior sculpture conservator working on a range of movable and immovable artefacts made of stone, plaster, fresco, ceramic, artificial stone and some metals, dating from between ca.2000 BC to the 20th Century.
Jonathan has been a conservation consultant on international, national, public and private projects, including managing several large scale conservation programmes; he was also a senior sculpture conservator at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. He has trained and taught stone conservation to both under- and post-graduate students and interns from various countries and institutions, and has worked internationally in Canada, Spain, the Ukraine, and Iran, where he is a consultant for a large scale conservation project.
Jonathan is currently the editor of The Journal of the Institute of Conservation
Jonathan specialises in the conservation of: