2011-15: Consultant on the Richard Wilson Online tercentenary catalogue raisonné.
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 16 Bedford Sq, London

Functionality, front-end design, data-management and auditing, troubleshooting and liaising with database provider.

Richard Wilson Online is the the most complete collection of Wilson paintings and drawings ever assembled. It also contains extensive information on collectors, patrons, exhibitions and publications. The project aims to update and assimilate the magisterial catalogue raisonnĂ© published by Professor W.G. Constable in 1953 and Sir Brinsley Ford’s The Drawings of Richard Wilson of 1951 (still the only book on the subject). In addition it is intended to add a commentary on the prints after Wilson’s works, which were a crucial instrument in their public reception.

'A model modern catalogue raisonné.' Bendor Grosvenor, The Art Newspaper

'a monumental, scholarly and user-friendly catalogue. I am certain that it will provide a model for such catalogues for years to come.' Mark Hallett, Director of Studies, Paul Mellon Centre

'I can't believe how brilliantly it works and how useful this is going to be.' Gillian Malpass, Publisher, Art and Architecture, History of Art, History of Architecture, History of Fashion, Yale University Press

2005-07: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow to Julia Knight on the Film and Video Distribution Database.
University of Sunderland

Functionality, data-management and auditing, research and writing of all content.

Produced in the AHRC Funded Project Databasing Key Documents and Narrative Chronologies of Artists' Film and Video Distributors in the UK

Recognised by Intute as among 'the best Web resources for education and research.'