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Jen Anderson


Jen runs digital agency Waving Bear and creates tailor-made digital marketing and web campaigns for businesses in the Creative and Cultural Sectors. She is also a member of the Langside Hall Trust and has a particular interest in old buildings and the environment.

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Saskia McCracken


Saskia is completing a PhD in English Literature at the University of Glasgow. She has worked in the third sector for several years, and has organised cultural events at the Scottish Writers’ Centre, Glasgow Women’s Library, and the People’s Palace Museum. She is particularly interested in women’s history and local activism.


Deirdre Molloy


Deirdre is a digital media consultant who has worked as a web editor, TV researcher and community/events manager in education and culture sectors in London, Edinburgh and Belfast. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, she's a founding team member of Open Plaques crowdsourcing project and holds a MA in Digital Heritage from University of Leicester.

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Bruce Downie


Bruce Downie is a graduate of Kent University, a freelance writer, playwright, theatre director and archery coach. He is the author of ‘Loved and Lost: Govanhill’s Built Heritage’, runs a blog called ‘The Govanhill and Crosshill Historical Society’ and is currently working on a new book about the history of Govanhill Baths, scheduled for publication in 2020.


Katie O'Neill


Katie’s interest in the arts began whilst working as a Researcher for the magazine Aesthetica during her Art History BA. She went on to work in the programming, outreach, research and curatorial teams at museums such as The Hunterian, Glasgow and the Sir John Soane, London. After completing a Museum Studies MSc here in Glasgow, she now prefers to pursue independent contemporary curatorial projects.


Romy Galloway


Romy has an MSc in Heritage Visualisation with experience documenting and digitising collections in local and national archives such as West Dunbartonshire’s Singer Archive, Glasgow School of Art’s Archives and Collections, and National Library of Scotland’s Sound and Moving Image Archive. She has an interest in preserving and collating heritage for use, and with a background in contemporary art, is interested in creative publicly engaging initiatives.

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Sarah Diver


Sarah is a designer maker with over 9 years experience working and exhibiting in Scotland. She makes work which is a reflection of our heritage and design past using both traditional and digital techniques. She aims to make work and projects which are joyful and celebrate our lives; working with others to create positive solutions and interventions within our communities.


Kevin Mooney

Kevin Mooney is a Cultural Heritage & Archaeology Consultant, having worked across the heritage sector. He is passionate about promoting the Historic Environment and presenting it as a source of inspiration for communities. He is a member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and an Elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
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Sam Ellis


Sam is a lecturer in music and Associate Head of the music degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In a previous role, he was a national advisor in arts education for the university sector. As a researcher and teacher, he has expertise in working with archives, community outreach, and heritage walks and talks.


Tom Oldham


Tom is a Modern Studies and History teacher. Previously he spent time living in Yangon, Dhaka and London, working mostly on elections and civil society strengthening, but also supporting urban heritage organisations such as Yangon Heritage Trust and Dhaka’s Urban Study Group. He is interested in the links between people and place, new or old, and is excited to share the Trust’s knowledge with young people.