Titles with Emma Hocker
Emma Hocker studied Archaeological Conservation at the Institute of Archaeology, University College, London. Her first job was as Conservator at the Bermuda Maritime Museum, where she set up a new conservation facility to treat objects from a number of 16th- and 17th-century shipwrecks. Moving to the USA, she earned a Master of Science degree in Historic Preservation from the Dept. of Architecture, Texas A&M University. In 1999, she and her family moved to Denmark, where she worked on medieval church wall-paintings with the National Museum of Denmark. A further move to Sweden in 2003 saw Emma take up the post of Conservator at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, where she remained for 14 years, during a critical time in the shipâ€™s preservation. She has worked on a number of shipwreck and land projects in the UK, Bermuda and Turkey and has been an Assistant Coordinator for the ICOM-CC Wet Organic Archaeological Materials working group. She is currently the Senior Conservator at Gustavianum, Uppsala University Museum.