We love settling down to watch The Repair Shop experts work their magic on the popular BBC One show.
The Repair Shop: Lucia Scalisi's bio
Lucia has worked alongside the likes of Will Kirk and Suzie Fletcher since 2017, providing her expert knowledge and skills to restore any paintings that come into The Repair Shop.
Prior to working as a conservator on the BBC show, Lucia worked as a lecturer at the Academy of Conservation in Tbilisi, Georgia as well as a lecturer of conservation studies at London's City & Guilds.
The Repair Shop: Lucia Scalisi's career
After graduating university with a degree from Sheffield University, Lucia began working at the prestigious V&A museum in 1984, specialising in art conservation.
She then began her career within academia before appearing on BBC's The Repair Shop in 2017, but she's no stranger to TV. Lucia previously offered her skills and expertise on paintings and artwork to the BBC Two programme Restoration Roadshow back in 2011.
What else is there to know about The Repair Shop's Lucia Scalisi?
As well as working on The Repair Shop, Lucia runs her own business and offers services to restore paintings and other artwork. She's clearly proud of her work on the BBC show and often posts images on social media of her impressive creations. She also often shares photos and video clips of the show's production and glimpses from behind the scenes. You can find her on Instagram @luciainlondon123.
Is The Repair Shop's Lucia Scalisi married?
Lucia tends to keep her private life out of the spotlight, so very little is known about her relationship status. She does, however, keep her Instagram followers up to date with her latest projects and also shares photos from The Repair Shop barn.
In August, Lucia revealed that the experts had been reminiscing about when the show first started back in 2017 and shared a few snaps from their early days at the barn.
"We were having a little reminisce today and remembered two photographs taken by @brenton_west in the very first year of life 2017 @therepairshoptv Brenton had been working on a beautiful glass plate tripod camera which - if I remember correctly - arrived in a box in hundreds of pieces," she wrote in the caption. "The first pictures he took were these first two, developed in what is now Dom’s workshop. The other photos are of the team at the barn in those early days and then Kirsten and myself."