MA, University at Albany
BA, SUNY New Paltz
William Krattinger’s career in the historic preservation and cultural resource field includes his current association with New York's Division for Historic Preservation (1999- present), where he serves as a project manager for a state-wide survey of the state Parks system, having previously worked as a Historic Preservation Program Analyst; he was previously employed by the National Park Service (1995-97) as a historic interpreter. This experience has provided him with a broad working knowledge of American history, architecture, and culture; familiarity with historic preservation principles and programming; and considerable experience in historic building analysis, historic resource documentation and interpretation, and primary source research. Areas of professional interest include eighteenth and nineteenth century American architecture, with an emphasis on the vernacular buildings and structures of New York State, and historic architectural source material.