Nicole Richard is an experienced, professional archivist uniquely qualified to care for your collection. Before relocating back home to Scottsdale, she was the Reference Archivist at the Avery Library Architectural & Fine Arts Library at Columbia University. There, she oversaw the physical and intellectual stewardship of a vast array of architecture and design collections, including the expansive Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives. She has held positions and internships at some of the finest museums, libraries and businesses in New York City.


Nicole holds a master’s degree in Library and Information Science and a Certificate in the Advanced Study in Archives from the Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Art History and Museum Studies from Arizona State University. In her spare time she enjoys creating custom calligraphy and illustrations. She is a proud Arizona native and resides in Scottsdale with her family.