We explore the science, technology and art of the still and moving image, and its impact on our lives.
While we’re part of a wider group of Museums which includes the Science Museum in London, the National Railway Museum in York and the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, we are a small and friendly team here at the National Media Museum.
This blog is written by our staff, with the occasional guest author. Here’s a little bit more about us.
I’m a film festival & events producer by day and somewhat of a bookworm the rest of the time. I’m partial to a spot of cultural activity and have been known to offer up an opinion or two every now and again!
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I am an Associate Curator at the Museum, working with all our collections, but cinema has always been my main interest.
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I work as a Marketing Executive at the Museum by day and spend my evenings usually engrossed in films or, failing that, books about films.
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I am Curator of Photographic Technology at the National Media Museum. As well as looking after the camera collection I have curated many special exhibitions over the years.
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I presently work as a Curator of Broadcast at the National Media Museum. I look after the National Television Collection, and occasionally get involved in academic pursuits.
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I’m the Collections Assistant – I answer enquiries, dig about in the archives, and update information about our collections. In my spare time I like looking at stuff – paintings, old industrial buildings, photographs, hills and waterfalls.
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I programme the cinemas at the Museum, and am one of the directors of Bradford International Film Festival.
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I’m a Content Developer; I work with the curators and exhibition organisers to make exhibitions happen.
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Born Easington (UK) 1971. Lives and works in Sunderland. Co-Director, Bradford International Film Festival and consultant/programme-adviser for several European festivals including Viennale. Reviewer for Hollywood Reporter (Los Angeles) and Tribune (London).
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