audio » united kingdom

  • 2016

    Leighton House Museum

    Flaming June: The Making of an Icon

    This exhibition looks at how Leighton's masterpiece, Flaming June, went from the heights of fame to oblivion before being rediscovered in the 1960s. Writer.

    National Gallery, London

    Beyond Caravaggio

    This exhibition looked at the impact of Caravaggio’s paintings, which - with their compelling naturalism and dramatic lighting - transformed art in early 17th-century Europe. Writer.

    Painters' Paintings

    Painters' Paintings looked at the works of art once owned by Freud, Matisse, Degas, Leighton, Watts, Lawrence, Reynolds and Van Dyck. Writer

  • 2015

    National Gallery

    Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art

    This exhibition traces Delacroix's legacy and examines his impact on contemporary and later artists, among them Cézanne, Van Gogh, Signac and Matisse. Writer.


    Royal Academy of Arts, London

    Rubens and his Legacy

    This exhibition and audio guide explore Rubens's extensive influence on artists from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century. The production includes interview excerpts with curator Nico van Hout. Writer. 

  • 2014

    National Gallery, London

    Veronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Venice

    The largest exhibition of Veronese's work ever to be held in Britain. Production featured intervies with curator Xavier Salomon, NG Director Nicholas Penny, dress historian Jane Bridgeman and Kasper Holten of the Royal Opera House. Writer.

    Royal Academy of Arts, London

    Renaissance Impressions

    Exhibition of chiaroscuro woodcut prints, which emerged in the early sixteenth century, breaking radical new ground by introducing colour to the woodcut technique for the first time. Writer.

  • 2013

    Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh

    The Comic Art of Thomas Rowlandson

    Exhibition dedicated to the biting satirical art of Thomas Rowlandson, who cast his humorous eye on Georgian society and politics. Audio guide features interview with curator. Writer/Producer.

    Royal Academy of Arts, London

    George Bellows

    Retrospective of early 20th-century American artist best known for paintings of boxers and gritty New York scenes. Audio guide features interview with curator and excerpts from Bellows's diaries. Writer.

  • 2012

    Tate Britain

    Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde

    Audio production featuring interviews with exhibition curators, Alison Smith, Tim Barringer and Jason Rosenfeld. Writer.

    Picasso and Modern British Art

    Picasso’s influence on 20th-century British art traced in production featuring interview with curator Helen Little, comparative images, archival videos and timeline. Writer.

    Royal Academy of Arts

    From Paris: A Taste for Impressionism

    Exhibition of Impressionist works from The Clark in Massachusetts. Audio guide included interview with Director Michael Conforti, excerpts from the diary of collector Sterling Clark and commentaries for visually impaired visitors. Writer/Producer.

    David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture

    Audio tour, taken by more than 68,000 exhibition visitors, based on exclusive interview with David Hockney. Included commentaries for visually impaired visitors. Writer/Producer.

    National Gallery

    Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude

    Turner’s lifelong admiration for Claude explored in an audio guide featuring interviews with curators Ian Warrell and Susan Foister. Writer/Producer/Narrator.

  • 2011

    Royal Academy of Arts

    Degas and the Ballet

    Audio guide and app exploring Degas’s lifelong interest in the ballet illustrated through archival images, videos, timeline and interviews with exhibition curators. Writer/Producer.

  • 2008

    National Gallery

    Renaissance Faces: Van Eyck to Titian

    Audio guide tracing the rise of portraiture in fifteenth-century Europe, with contributions from curators Luke Syson and Susan Foister. Writer.

    English Heritage

    Wolvesey Castle (Old Bishop’s Palace), Winchester

    Downloadable guide to one of English Heritage's free sites. Writer.

  • 2007

    National Gallery

    Renaissance Siena: Art for a City

    Fifteenth-century Sienese art explored in an audio guide featuring interview with curator Luke Syson. Writer/Narrator.

    Royal Academy of Arts


    Narrator-led audio tour analysing the career of France’s greatest nineteenth-century sculptor. Writer.

    Tate Britain


    Audio guide tracing the art of the Pre-Raphaelite painter Sir John Everett Millias, enhanced with poetry readings and music of the period. Writer.

    English Heritage

    Kirby Hall, Northamptonshire

    Tour investigating the history and restoration of Kirby Hall, with interviews with English Heritage curators and conservators. Writer.

    British Library

    Sacred: Discover What We Share

    Jewish, Christian and Islamic sacred texts examined in a tour narrated by Andrew Sachs and featuring interviews with religious leaders and practitioners. Writer.

  • 2006

    Tate Britain


    Multi-voice production including interviews with journalist Andrew Marr, artist Yinka Shonibare, cartoonist Steve Bell and curator Christine Riding. Writer.

    Royal Collections

    Amazing Rare Things: The Art of Natural History in the Age of Discovery

    Exclusive interview conducted with Sir David Attenborough. Writer.

    Royal Academy of Arts

    Jacop van Ruisdael: Master of Landscape

    Ruisdael’s landscapes explored in an audio tour featuring interviews with an art conservator, artist Norman Ackroyd and poet laureate Sir Andrew Motion. Writer.

  • 2005

    National Gallery

    Director’s Tour

    Audio trail introducing highlights chosen by Director Charles Saumarez-Smith. Writer.

    Historic Royal Palaces

    Banqueting House

    Behind-the-scenes tour of Banqueting House exploring the building’s history and modern-day usage through interviews with Historic Royal Palaces staff. Writer.

    Royal Collections

    Canaletto in Venice

    Canaletto’s depictions of Venice explored in audio tour that included interview excerpts with curator Martin Clayton. Writer.

    Windsor Castle, VI Tour

    Audio guide of Windsor Castle especially designed for partially sighted visitors. Writer.

    British Museum

    Samuel Palmer: Vision and Lanscape

    The art of Samuel Palmer examined through interview with curator Will Vaughan. Writer.

    Birmingham City Art Gallery

    Audio tour of the Victorian paintings in the Gallery’s Round Room. Writer.

  • 2004

    Royal Academy of Arts

    The Art of Philip Guston: 1813-1980

    Audio tour featuring interviews with people who knew Guston. Writer/Producer.

    Turks: A Journey of a Thousand Years 600-1600AD

    The art and history of the Turks explored in audio tour narrated by Michael Wood. Writer.

    Royal Collections

    Enchanting the Eye: Dutch Art of the Golden Age

    Seventeenth-century Dutch painting examined through interviews with curator Christopher Lloyd. Writer

    Windsor Castle, Family Tour

    Drama-based tour led by a cast of fictional characters including the wizardly tutor Horace Silverhead. Writer.


    Christopher Dresser: A Design Revolution

    Audio tour examining the life and work of designer Christopher Dresser. Writer.

    Somerset House

    The Art of Islam, Hermitage Rooms

    Overview of Islamic art and culture explored in narrator-led audio tour.

  • 2003

    Royal Academy of Arts


    Audio guide of major retrospective of the Post-Impressionist artist Édouard Vuillard. Writer.

    Pre-Raphaelite and other Masters: the Collection of Andrew Lloyd Webber

    The art collection of Andrew Lloyd Webber examined in a narrator-led tour. Writer.

    Illuminating the Renaissance: The Triumph of Flemish Manuscript Painting

    Audio guide featuring interviews with film director Peter Greenaway, novelist Tracey Chevalier and exhibition curator, Scott McKendrick. Writer.

    National Museum and Gallery of Wales, Cardiff

    Audio tour of the art and archaeology galleries narrated by actors Sian Phillips, Philip Madoc, Daniel Evans and Matthew Rhys. Writer.

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