Lili von Baeyer has been repairing clocks for ten years. Having found her calling in horology right after graduating with a degree in fine arts, she approaches the trade with an appreciation for its delicacy and refinement. Lili was formally trained at the NAWCC School of Horology and graduated in 2009. She is currently the clock contractor for the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex, overseeing the maintenance of 280 historic government clocks, as well as contractor for the United States Senate clocks on Capitol Hill.
Lili has carried out work for many companies and institutions including: Chelsea Clock Co., Detroit Historical Museum, M.S. Hershey Foundation, The Franklin Institute, The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, and various private conservation companies. She is currently teamed with Johnson & Griffiths Studio, who, together won a 2014 Preservation Achievement Award from the Preservation Alliance of Philadelphia. She has also apprenticed with a handful of local and international artists and craftspeople who have taught her valuable skills that she applies to her work.