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Erin Albritton, MLS, JD

Erin Albritton is a conservator, bookbinder, preservation administrator, and founding member of Fleur-du-Livre LLC. Before moving to New Orleans in early 2016, Erin served as head of conservation in the Gladys Brooks Book & Paper Conservation Laboratory at The New York Academy of Medicine from 2012 through 2015. She worked as a book conservator at the Academy from 2006 to 2012.

Prior to Erin's employment at the Academy, she worked and/or received training in a number of institutions throughout NYC including Columbia University, Union Theological Seminary, the Morgan Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Most recently, Erin worked as an archivist at the Notarial Archives in New Orleans, providing reference assistance and drafting recommendations regarding long-term preservation strategies for the office’s civil court and land records. Erin received her MLS with a certificate in archives and preservation administration from Queens College, City University of New York, and her JD from Tulane Law School.

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George Muñoz, MA

George Muñoz is a conservator, bookbinder, and founding member of Fleur-du-Livre LLC. He graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in London, England with an MA in conservation, specializing in books. From 2003 through 2015, George served as conservation department head and book conservator at the New York Society Library — NYC’s oldest library. While living in New York, George also performed freelance conservation and bookbinding for a range of clients, including rare book dealers, collectors, artists, institutions, and members of the public. Most recently, George managed a FEMA-funded conservation project at the Notarial Archives in New Orleans, working to restore land records damaged during Hurricane Katrina.