ayesha fuentes is an objects conservator and technical art historian originally from an island in washington state, USA. she has a BA in art and religion from williams college (2003), a MA in history of art from tufts university (2011) and a MA from the university of california los angeles and getty conservation institute program in the conservation of archaeological and ethnographic materials (2014).
she has worked with sites and collections in the US, UK, china, sri lanka, cambodia, bhutan and sudan as has been an active member in professional communities like the american institute for the conservation of historic and artistic works (AIC) and the international council of museums committee for conservation (ICOM-CC).
ayesha is currently working on her PhD in history of art and archaeology at the school of oriental and african studies, university of london.
[photo: national museum of cambodia, phnom penh]