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Director of Image Permanence Institute
Fields of Expertise:
Imaging & Media > Archival Preservation
Imaging & Media > Photography
Sustainability > Sustainability Research and Education
|Dept/Division:||College of Imaging Arts and Sciences|
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Reilly works with world-renowned museums on technology supporting optimal environmental conditions for the preservation of precious artifacts and historic photographs and documents.
He can speak knowledgeably on the subjects of photograph permanence, library and archive preservation, accelerated testing, ink-jet stability, environmental assessment in museums, stability and testing of images, museum environments and history of photographic technology.
Reilly is and the director of the Image Permanence Institute and a professor in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. He is the author of two books on 19th century photography, the winner of a Technical Achievement Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the winner of Silver Light Award from the Association of Moving Image Archivists and a frequent author and lecturer.
He holds a bachelor's degree and master's in English literature and is a Woodrow Wilson Fellow.