Kevin Driedger’s Portraits in Preservation

Kevin Driedger, on his Library Preservation 2 blog, is conducting a series of “Portraits in Preservation”.  Kevin’s rationale is, “Rather than focus on the preservation related stuff people have written, I want to focus on the preservation related people themselves. I’ve said before that I think conservators, and other preservation professionals, are the least studied and least written about part of the preservation world. So, I want to focus on the people who are actively involved in preservation activities, especially library related preservation activities. I want to interview these people about their life in preservation.”

So, perchance, if you interested in influential events in my professional development, how working in conservation has shaped my worldview or what I think is the most important thing for a conservation student to learn, look no further than Kevin’s blog entry here.

One thought on “Kevin Driedger’s Portraits in Preservation

  1. Deborah Perotti

    Hey Jeff, Congrats on the portrait of you in Kevin Driedger’s blog!!

    Nice one!!

    Hope you and Helen are doing super. Miss seeing you and talking about book cons/pres from our times at MoMA.

    Best to you,

    Deborah Perotti

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