Claire Moclock is situated at the intersection of art making and archival practice. While she creates her own photographic work as an artist, she aims to steward and preserve the work of others as an archivist. She received an MLIS, with archival emphasis, from the University of Pittsburgh and was a Visual Studies student at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. She completed an internship at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Archives, and was a Research Fellow and Project Archivist for Hamilton Collections at the National Watch and Clock Museum.
Claire is currently conducting survey research about the landscape of undeveloped vintage film in archival repositories. Participate here.