Following Noëlle Streeton's resignation as editor of Reviews in Conservation, two new editors have been appointed.
Fi Jordan is a senior conservator in the Sculpture, Metals, Ceramics and Glass Conservation Section at the Victoria and Albert Museum. She is a practising conservator who has worked in the private and museum sectors. She first read history of art and architecture before gaining a distinction in the conservation of ceramics and related materials at West Dean College. She is an accredited conservator and a member of the ICOM-CC Glass and Ceramics Working Group. She is a member of the editorial board for the V&A Conservation Journal and has been the editor of the ceramics and glass section in the UKIC newsletter Conservation News.
Marika Spring studied at the University of Cambridge, first reading natural sciences, specialising in chemistry, then gaining a postgraduate diploma in the conservation of easel paintings at the Hamilton Kerr Institute. Since 1992 she has worked in the Scientific Department at the National Gallery, where she is currently a senior scientist. Her principal interests are study and analysis of historical painting techniques and materials, particularly pigments, and research into mechanisms of deterioration. She has published widely on these subjects, regularly contributes to the National Gallery Technical Bulletin and recently edited the postprints of the Raphael's Painting Technique; Working Practices before Rome conference.