Megan Pase is a Conservation Technician who joined CSI in June 2017. She works closely with Conservators and supports many aspects of Conservation including research, condidtion assessments, conservation treatments, data collection, report writing, and materials testing and analysis.
Megan has a background in studio art, and graduated with a B.S. in Art + Design, with an emphasis in Metals and Jewelry, from Towson University in 2009.
Before working at CSI, Megan worked as a bench jeweler. Her skillset includes CAD design of custom jewelry and small objects, and operation and maintenance of a wax milling machine. Megan also has administrative and teaching experience.
Some of Megan’s key projects include:
* Maritime Administration, Maritime Heritage Asset Preservation Project, VA (2017): Carry out treatment, cleaning and photo-documentation of maritime artifacts.
* United States Supreme Court, Washington, DC (2017) Treated bronze elements from the exterior of the Supreme Court Building by applying a cold bronze patination.