Rebecca Gregg graduated with a Fine Art degree in 1998 and following an intensive foundation in Chemistry, she was awarded a bursary to study Conservation of Easel Paintings at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London.
Since graduating from the Courtauld Institute, Rebecca has gained extensive work experience in London and Europe, in both private and institutional environments. After 5 years work in private studios, she established Rebecca Gregg Conservation at 9 Cork St, moving to Bruton Street in 2009, and has since been expanding her clients and staff.
Rebecca Gregg is on the committee of the Institute of Conservation and under her current role as Treasurer she works closely with all branches of the organisation, promoting and providing technical assistance and guidance to its members.