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Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) is a five-year project providing workshops, strategic planning, and preservation surveys to institutions across New York state. Visit the website here.

  • Jason Henn

Jason Henn

DHPSNY Communications Assistant

As the Communications Assistant for the Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York program, Jason Henn produces and manages content for DHPSNY’s website and social media, as well as blogging about DHPSNY events and activities and producing the program’s brochures and educational materials.

Jason joined the staff of DHPSNY in 2016 after three years working in communications and marketing for the Gershman Y. His love of documentation and cultural objects is informed by lifelong record collecting, an undergraduate degree in Music from Earlham College with a strong focus on ethnomusicology, and a semester of ethnographic field work studying music-making communities in rural Indiana. Since childhood, Jason has recorded, edited, and preserved hundreds of hours of audio, and has worked to spotlight rare and overlooked homemade recordings for deluxe LP reissues by groups such as Hoi' Polloi and Concrete Rubber Band.

  • Gillian Marcus

Gillian Marcus

DHPSNY Preservation Specialist

As Preservation Specialist for the Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York program, Gillian Marcus conducts on-site conservation and preservation needs assessments and assists with preservation planning. She also develops and presents educational programs and provides technical information to library and archival repositories in New York State.

Gillian received her MA in Conservation of Art on Paper from Camberwell College of Arts in London, UK. Prior to joining the staff of DHPSNY, she was the National Endowment for the Humanities Preventive Conservation Fellow at CCAHA. She has worked in several private conservation workshops in the US and UK as well as at Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, and has held internships at the Royal Library (Windsor, UK), the Centre for Photographic Conservation, the Black Cultural Archives, Victoria & Albert Museum, and The Children’s Society Archives (London, UK). Gillian also serves on the board of Materials Information and Technical Resources for Artists (MITRA), an initiative that aims to provide online resources for artists and arts professionals on archival- and conservation-grade art materials and techniques.

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Anastasia Matijkiw

DHPSNY Program Coordinator

As the Program Coordinator for the Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York Program, Anastasia Matijkiw oversees the Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services Program, coordinating educational programs, communications, outreach, and planning and assessment programs.

Anastasia first joined the staff of CCAHA as Preservation Services Assistant in 2013. Prior to returning to CCAHA in 2016, she worked at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania as the Surveying & Outreach Archivist for the Hidden Collections Initiative for Pennsylvania Small Archival Repositories. She has also worked in the University of Pittsburgh Preservation Department, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Anastasia received her MLIS in Archives, Preservation, and Records Management at the University of Pittsburgh and her BA in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania. 

  • Amelia Parks

Amelia Parks

DHPSNY Archives Specialist

As the Archives Specialist for the Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York program, Amelia Parks conducts on-site archival needs assessments and assists with archival and preservation planning. She also develops and presents educational programs and provides technical information to library and archival repositories in New York State.

Amelia joined the staff of DHPSNY in 2016. She traveled from the West Coast where she worked as a Resident Archivist for LA as Subject, assisting small archives in the Los Angeles area. She has also worked at the Alexander Architectural Archive, the Sacramento Public Library, the California State Parks Archive, and the Granger Brethren Church Archive. In a past life she was teacher and substitute teacher for 7th through 12th grades. Amelia received her MLIS in Archives and Preservation at the University of Texas at Austin and her BA in Art History at the University of California at Davis.