Creating content about past centuries that is relevant for this century.
The heritage sector works hard to preserve and promote the stories of the past. I love to help share these stories in an engaging way.
I am passionate about inspiring and connecting people with the past, enabling wider access to, and understanding of, history and archaeology. I find immense value in both learning about people’s stories and sharing those of our past. But not everyone shares this passion, and nor should they. It’s our job, as individuals who work in the heritage sector, not to show that it’s “important” in an abstract sense, but that it’s meaningful to us and to the world we live in today.
Creating innovative and engaging content at museums and heritage centres is how we can do this, and this is my mission statement for Heritage Content.
Your stories are unique and your content should be too.
There are so many ways to tell the stories that your heritage organisation works hard to promote. From podcasts to videos, interactive learning materials and printable resources, finding the right fit can be tricky but incredibly rewarding. Below are some examples of the different types of content I've produced. I'd love to learn more about the unique stories your organisation is trying to tell and what you'd like to achieve.
The That's Old News podcast is a show that provides the latest news on the oldest stories. Each week we make archaeological concepts and news accessible to the general public, by sharing the latest research in a fun and creative way. I am responsible for researching, presenting, recording and the postproduction of the show. Be sure to check it out...
Green's Mill and Science Center
An iconic part of the Nottingham skyline since its construction in 1807, Green's Mill were in need of a promotional video to help highlight the uniqueness of this Nottinghamshire landmark.