With over 20 years’ experience in the art museum industry, Sherryn has held several roles at regional galleries, and was Exhibitions Manager at National Exhibitions Touring Support (NETS) Victoria. Sherryn developed the NETS Victoria national touring exhibition Made to last: The conservation of art in partnership with the then Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation and supported by Latrobe Regional Gallery.

Whilst at Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) Sherryn was Exhibition Project Coordinator and Assistant Registrar in the national and international touring team. She travelled internationally to assist in the install/deinstall of the exhibitions Game Masters: The Exhibition and DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition. Sherryn was recently a Museum Accreditation Program Manager and Regional Digitisation Officer – Bushfire Recovery Project at AMaGA Victoria.

Sherryn holds a Bachelor and Graduate Diploma of Visual Arts from Monash University and a Master of Cultural Material Conservation from the University of Melbourne where she graduated in 2012. As a recipient of the ADFAS Armidale Mid-Career Scholarship Sherryn gained experience at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) in the painting conservation lab. Sherryn operates a private conservation practice in Gippsland and is a member of the AICCM Victorian Branch Committee.