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Victoria is a new member of the Audiences and Content Directorate at the Ashmolean Musuem. In her role as Digital Content and Interpretation producer, VictorIa works with colleagues across every department in the museum to consider how audiences engage with the museum’s eclectic permanent collections, whether that be digital or traditional mediums.
Alongside her work with the museum, she hosts the well-known lecture series for the Churches Conservation Trust, acts as Membership officer for the Society for the History of Collecting and works as a freelance content creator.
Following a Masters degree in eighteenth-century British and French Decorative Arts with the University of Buckingham and the Wallace Collection, Victoria has specialised in the architectural patronage of 19th-century women.
She has also worked as a digital curator for Waddesdon Manor, a Rothschild House and Garden in Buckinghamshire, P&D Colnaghi, a historic dealer in London, Bodleian Libraries, Grinling Gibbons Society and Sir John Soane’s Pitzhanger manor.