Jaime joined EverGreene in 2012. As a Conservator, she focuses on the conservation of painted finishes including fine art and decorative murals on canvas and plaster. Her experience additionally extends to other finish materials including wood and stone. Jaime is skilled in conducting condition assessments, performing conservation treatments, and interpreting the results of material analysis.
Jaime received her BFA from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in Drawing and Printmaking before studying abroad with the University of Georgia, focusing on art conservation in Florence, Italy, where she worked as an assistant to the conservators at the Studio Art Centers International; where she earned her Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Art Conservation. She also interned with several private studios in Italy, where she gained additional experience conserving paintings and frescoes, and focused on developing her skills in inpainting.
She is active in member in the American Institute of Conservation (AIC) and holds a Professional Associate status.
Verizon Building2004Best of 2004 Project of the YearNew York Construction News/McGraw Hill
Verizon Building2004Lucy G. Moses Preservation AwardNew York Landmarks Conservancy
American Museum of Natural History - Roosevelt Hall Murals2010Lucy G. Moses Preservation AwardNew York Landmarks Conservancy