To set the global standard for making and sharing condition reports and art inventories.
Annika Erikson’s roles have mainly been as a Paper Conservator and Collection Manager, working at the Long Beach Museum of Art, St Paul’s Cathedral, and Tate. After heading a new conservation studio at John Jones, she became an entrepreneur and founded Articheck in 2013 to help industry professionals streamline their approach to condition reporting.
Stacey Ferguson developed her career in the arts sector in roles with Bonhams and Momart in London, and for six years at Cadogan Tate in New York before joining the Articheck family.
HEAD OF PRODUCT
Dan Rowden is a product designer and developer, creating applications and tools that do things simply but effectively, with the user’s goals always in mind.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Lee Cavaliere is a private art dealer and curator, based in London. Following a number of years working with the Tate’s Collection displays, he moved on to the commercial sector, delivering contemporary exhibitions programmes at Max Wigram Gallery and the Fine Art Society on Bond Street, London. He has presented artists at dozens of art fairs and international exhibitions. He now manages artists and works internationally with galleries and museums, developing exhibitions and facilitating opportunities and connections.
Shuk-Mei Pope-Ellis has previous experience working in museums and commercial galleries, including the British Library and K11 Art Foundation. In her previous role as an archive assistant, she made, received and reviewed a lot of collection conditions reports. This made her aware that Articheck is the best tool for all professionals in the art industry.
Having started in academia specialising in French Revolutionary prints, Claire Trévien switched her career to content marketing. She has worked with numerous B2B tech startups over the years and was shortlisted for ‘Marketer of the Year’ in the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards.