We have wide-ranging experience in all aspects of conservation and the heritage sector, we provide advice and consultancy to help you care, manage, display and store your collections safely.

Established in 1985, the LV.Greyes Partnership is based in Calgary, Alberta. The partnership brings together the expertise of two conservators, each with over thirty-five years experience of work on cultural property, within Canada and the United Kingdom. Both partners began with academic studies, followed by specific practical training, and this background permits a comprehensive approach.

We specialise in two separate but related fields –

Conservation – Preventive + Remedial
Collections Management – Registration + Documentation + Collections Care

This dual specialism allows us to provide advice and consultancy on a wide range of issues faced in the management, conservation and interpretation of heritage material.

We work independently, or as required, with other experienced conservators. We also collaborate with specialists in other fields, drawing on their expertise to ensure a comprehensive approach to the work. It is a principle of the company that one partner is always in control of day to day decision making.

IMG_0173 - CopyIan. J. Rogan 
After a BA in the History of Art & Design, Ian undertook a graduate degree in Social Science and completed a four-year apprenticeship in Wood, Sculpture and Polychrome Conservation, followed by studies in the Conservation of Historic Interiors. Ian then worked as a freelance contract conservator and collections manager in the UK for the National Trust and the Department of the Environment (English Heritage and Historic Royal Palaces) immigrating to Canada and establishing the LV.Greyes Partnership in 1985.

For ten years, Ian was Curator at Lougheed House, National Historic Site in Calgary. Leaving at the end of December 2013, to devote full-time attention to managing and growing the company.

1383040_726138690747144_177675834_n - CopyJutta Holtkamp-Rogan
Having previously studied Fashion and Costume Design, and Upholstery, and following four years of training as a Couturier, Jutta Holtkamp-Rogan completed a degree at Mount Royal University and undertook further studies specialising in Textile Conservation. For several years making historically accurate costumes for museums as well as undertaking work for other established conservators, setting up in independent practice with her husband Ian, the LV.Greyes Partnership.

Jutta is also a fashion designer and educator, teaching at Ecole Holt Couture School of Couture Sewing and Design.


LV.Greyes Partnership
Conservation + Collections Management for
Museums, Galleries and Private Collectors




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