Katherine specialises in engaging audiences with culture and heritage through digital technology. At Historic Royal Palaces this includes large-scale, interactive 360 degree films for family festivals, MOOCs, and growing reach through online initiatives. Prior to this, Katherine co-managed the British Museum’s Samsung Digital Discovery Centre and its digital learning programmes aimed at families and young audiences. Some of her favourite projects here included developing tablet-based school sessions, 3D printing, augmented reality to discover the Parthenon frieze and a lot of animation. Before joining the British Museum, she worked in education at Kew Bridge Steam Museum and Southampton’s SeaCity Museum.