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Zach Long is a photograph conservator at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) in Philadelphia. He has a Master of Arts and Certificate of Advanced Study in Art Conservation from SUNY Buffalo State and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photographic Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Prior to joining CCAHA in 2019, he was Assistant Photograph Conservator at the George Eastman Museum. Earlier in his career, Zach was a conservation technician for photographs at the Weissman Preservation Center, and a research assistant at the Image Permanence Institute, where he worked on the development of GraphicsAtlas.org. He has carried out internships at the Library of Congress, Gawain Weaver Art Conservation, The Cleveland Museum of Art, and The Better Image.
Zach has varied research interests relating to the material history of photography, with a particular passion for the history and technology of color photography. His most recent research presentation was Color Records: Wood's Diffraction Process of Color Photography.
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