Fiona Graham is a professional conservator with thirty years of experience specializing in metals conservation for heritage projects and in preventive conservation work for museums, galleries and archives. She is currently President of the Canadian Association of Professional Conservators and teaches at Queen's University's Art Conservation program as well as Athabasca University's Heritage Resources Management program. Metals conservation clients include the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Massey Hall and Toronto's Union Station. Museum services include functional planning, storage planning, facility assessments, and conservation design criteria for new builds and renovations. Recent museum clients include Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives (PAMA), Canadian Museum of History, Canada Museum of Science and Technology, Canada Agriculture and Food Museum and the National Arts Centre. Services are also available in French.