National Media Museum blog

We explore the science, technology and art of the still and moving image, and its impact on our lives.

About this blog

Welcome to the National Media Museum blog, where we share behind-the-scenes stories, coverage of our exhibitions, festivals and events, and give you a glimpse of our 3.5 million-object-strong archive which together makes up the National Photography, Cinematography and Television Collections.

We used to tell our stories on blogger, and you can still read our old posts over there.

Please remember that that the views on this blog are those of the respective writer only and do not reflect the views of the National Media Museum, co-workers, Science Museum Group, or its affiliates.

I really hope you enjoy reading our blog. We’d love to know what you think about our posts and the Museum, so do add your comments – but remember: keep it clean, friendly, and spam free. Anything written to provoke or offend will never see the light of day. Let’s play nice.

Peter Edwards
Website Manager, National Media Museum

If you have any comments or enquiries, please email me:


3 comments on “About this blog

  1. Lee
    January 1, 2014

    have you seen early studio photos of children in white wigs? as in The American revolution era? I can’t seem to find any similar to the one we have and was wondering if the photograph is common or not. It is unusually large 16″x20″ approx any info is much appreciated! Thanks

  2. (e)scribe
    August 12, 2015

    I love museums, and I’m glad I found this site. Best wishes!

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