Born and raised in Esquimalt BC, I did my undergraduate studies in anthropology at the University of Victoria. After living abroad for a year I headed off to train in motion picture film preservation at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York (the birthplace of Kodak).
When I first began volunteering at the Royal BC Museum I worked with Conservation staff, and while I didn’t clean any mummies, I did get to clean some other cool things from our provincial collections. I have worked in the Archives since 2003 and have been able to work with all sorts of historical documents such as maps, film, audio, video, photographs, negatives and textual materials. I am such a nerd that in my spare time I volunteer at my municipal archives.
EducationGeorge Eastman House
Areas of InterestArchives
Contact Ember LundgrenEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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