Testimonials

 

“Katharine is an expert in her field and does excellent work. She is an honest and careful judge of situations, sets expectations accurately and delivers exactly what she promises. She is a pleasure to work with – A consummate professional.”

- Peter Czegledy

Private Collector, Toronto

 

“Katharine’s workmanship on the pieces of photographic art that required repair due to damage was simply exemplary! We are thrilled with the results of the repairs as the works look good as new. Her attention to detail and end-result are summed up in one word – “magic”!”

- Rita Lingner

Facilites & Special Projects Manager, Ryerson University, Toronto

 

“I have an old-fashioned black & white photo booth strip of me and my dad that is extremely sentimental to me. Unfortunately, it had some damage due to age (it’s from 1969). Somehow, Katy was able to restore it to a beautiful condition even though the photo was ripped and torn across our faces. I had confidence in her to begin with, but had no idea she could bring so much life back into my priceless heirloom. I HIGHLY recommend her and can’t say enough good things about her and her skills.”

- Don Holtz

Professional Photographer, Los Angeles

 

“Katharine completely restored a recently water-damaged family heirloom photograph and archival document to a better state than it was before the damage. Her technique and meticulous expert care provided absolutely incredible results. She’s very personable and gives great advice, too. I would fully trust and recommend her for any similar restoration project — I can’t imagine you could find a better professional for the job.”

- Wade Ivan

Private Collector, Toronto

 

“Allow me to express my gratitude to you on behalf of the Community History Project for your swift response to our glass plate negative and lantern slide recovery needs.  Coming to the collection location on two occasions, recommending archival storage materials, and offering to remediate the collection are very much appreciated.  Your time and advice was invaluable.”

- William Kindree

President, Community History Project