About me

I have lived in Glasgow in Scotland since 1991.

I work at Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections as a support assistant and in a variety of knowledge exchange and communications roles at Glasgow University.

I’m a member of the Arlington Baths, a Victorian swimming pool and Turkish bath in Glasgow, and have been a member of a book group since 2002.


I have have an Information Management and Preservation MSc (Distinction) from the University of Glasgow.

My first degree was an MA in Modern History, also from the University of Glasgow.

I also have a Postgraduate Diploma in Newspaper Journalism from the University of Wales, and an MSc in Library and Information Studies from Robert Gordon University.

Archive experience

  • Archives and Collections Support Assistant at Glasgow School of Art, where I worked on:
    • updating reference numbers and repackaging architectural plans from Gillespie, Kidd and Coia and updating catalogue entries
    • updating item numbers and adding entries to the catalogue for annual reports and prospectuses
  • Volunteer with the Arlington Baths Club History Group, managing archive materials, publishing research online and organising events.
  • Volunteer at Glasgow Women’s Library, helping to catalogue the Scottish Women’s Aid archive.
  • Volunteer at Glasgow School of Art, doing archive research on the First World War Home Front.

More information

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