Brittany Nicole Cox & Memoria Technica
Memoria Technica is an independent Seattle based workshop offering a range of services, including conservation and restoration of automata, singing birds, mechanical magic, mechanical music objects, and complicated clocks and watches. Treatment options range from a quick assessment and stabilization to full, in-depth conservation and analysis. They also offer bespoke services, including guilloché and custom manufacture for magicians.
Brittany Nicole Cox founded Memoria Technica in 2015. Her lifelong passion for horology has seen her through nine years in higher education where she earned her WOSTEP, CW21, and SAWTA watchmaking certifications, two clockmaking certifications, and a Masters in the Conservation of Clocks and Related Dynamic Objects from West Dean College, UK. Her original work has been exhibited at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York and she is currently working on a series of bestiary automata inspired by illuminated texts and a manuscript to be published by Penguin Press.