- 360° on-brand virtual tours
- Panoramic photography
- Gigapixel photography & panoramics
- Deepzoom applications
- Architectural photography
I founded nikreations in 1998, and since then, I have gained extensive experience in CAD, 3D modelling, and software development. After working for five years as a software developer at a digital stock photography agency, I transitioned to become a full-time architectural photographer in 2004. In 2012, I was selected as a trusted photographer for Google’s Street View inside businesses program, where I created high-quality 360° walkthrough virtual tours of business premises on Google Maps. In recent years, I have been creating on-brand bespoke virtual tours for galleries, historic churches, and heritage sites. Additionally, I have been authoring engaging VR experiences, deepzoom applications, and other marketing, PR, education, and research materials using my software development capabilities.
- Arts learning specialist (all ages)
- Interdisciplinary curriculum designer
- Restorative justice/equitable representation
- Life science/ecology & art programming
- Curation, community arts exhibitions/events
Art Responders is a socially engaged arts organisation dedicated to creating vital arts participation as a conduit to educational opportunity, well being, and social justice. We honor the creative potential of young people, families and adults through innovative arts learning linking visual arts with inclusive cross-curricular projects towards a more diverse and equitable arts representation in the UK and internationally.
Historic Music Specialists
Health and Well-being support
Natural Environment Project Planning
Activity Development & Planning Specialists
Well connected arts professionals
A Merrie Noyse Music and Heritage are a band of historic musicians who offer performances, workshops and more for museums, historic sites, schools, dementia cafes, TV, theatre and film. Our music, costume and instruments can cover medieval times through to the First World War and we enjoy interacting with people of all ages and abilities.
Voice over recordings
Live interpretation training
First person interpretation
Live interpretation for museums, galleries and historic houses, in person or virtually, through audio and video.
- Place-based Strategic Partnerships
- Project Management
- Youth Voice & Participation
- Interpretation & Audience Engagement
I am a senior cultural heritage professional with over 17 years’ experience in nationals such as the Imperial War Museum, the National Trust and the Royal Collection Trust as well as place-specific organisations such as Turner Contemporary and Artswork. I love working hands on with children & young people delivering cultural education, and more recently have focussed on project management including fundraising, strategic planning, governance and contract negotiation and commissioning. I have delivered complex, sold out events from ‘in conversation’ talks with artists and curators to national conferences. I have convened and supported several networks and partnership groups in the cultural sector. I am experienced in producing marketing copy, learning resources, and exhibition interpretation. I work across the south of England and am based in East Kent.
Learning programme development.
Online learning resources.
Learning and Interpretation strategy.
Curriculum linked provision.
Hidden & sensitive histories.
Learning & interpretation through culture & heritage: developing and evaluating effective strategy, provision & resources which are sustainable, forward thinking and audience focused.
Learning & participation.
Interpretation, particularly hands-on.
Programmes (adults & children).
Creativity & play.
South East Asia experience.
HLF Advisor in Public Engagement, with 25 years’ experience in learning and interpretation, including at the V&A, Science Museum and overseas.
- Medieval German Combat Systems
- Medieval Japanese Combat Systems
- Japanese WW2 Combatives
- Medieval Self Defence
- Medieval Weapons
- Non military combat
My name is Jason Hulott and I am the chief instructor at Canterbury Medieval Combat and Nishimon Dojo. I have been teaching Medieval weapon-based arts for 20 years. I have a main background in Japanese Iaijutsu and Kenjutsu. In the last 7 years I have been teaching European medieval combat, primarily following the martial system of the German tradition.
I am a museum trustee for the Combined Military Services Museum in Maldon, a historical book reviewer for Pen and Sword books. I have also run combat workshops for a range of institutions and worked with authors to make their fictional combat scenes more historically accurate.
Solving creative problems
I am Matt White – a creative design freelancer working with museums and the wider cultural sector. I love to work collaboratively and to have fun at the same time! I cover everything from learning resources to posters, video, print, signage and more!