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meet the team



Owner & Founder

Henry is a Santa Fe Native, was born to two artists, so it was only natural that he was raised in studios, galleries and museums. After studying Photography at The College of Santa Fe, he began his professional career as an art handler in 1997. While installing work for private clients and galleries, he drove an art shuttle between Santa Fe and New York once a month for Art Handlers LTD. In 1999, he moved to Portland, Oregon where he began work with Art Work FAS. He drove a shuttle between Seattle and San Francisco while continuing installing for private clients, galleries, and museums. As a freelance preparator, he was honored to work on such shows as “Stroganoff” at the Portland Art Museum, as well as many others both in Seattle and San Francisco. In 2006, he returned home to Santa Fe and opened LEVEL Fine Art Services. He has since served the needs of the art community, including the museum system of New Mexico.



Art Maven

Michelle is a photographer who graduated from the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, with a BFA in Photography. She has worked with Henry and Level, LLC, since she graduated. With experience in high-end reproduction photography of artwork, Michelle is the one who documents your collection. She’s not a New Mexican, but her dog is.

Image by Robert Keane


Office Wrangler

Jennie is not a Santa Fe Native, but has lived in New Mexico long enough to pass for one. She holds a BA in Art History from Bard College and studied Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection (PGCert) in Italy. She has worked in galleries, museums, an arts non-profit, and as an artist’s assistant. She most recently spent five years running a local theater, but decided it was much too dramatic, even by stage standards, and came back to the fine arts world.



Warehouse Dog

Issi is LEVEL’s warehouse dog. After running free in Albuquerque for a spell, he found his way into Michelle’s life. He is very experienced in snuggles, couch sitting, and peanut butter eating. He’s new to the art sniffing field, but shows great promise.

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