Dr Ellie Pridgeon, BA, MA, PhD, Arch Dip, FSA
Our Working Practices and Associates The majority of work is carried out by Consultant Archivist Director Dr Ellie Pridgeon. However, due to the large-scale nature of some projects, we also work with Associates. All Associates are professionally-qualified archivists, records managers or museum professionals.
Dr Ellie Pridgeon is a professionally qualified archivist and records manager, and has been working in the archives, libraries and museum sectors since 1998. She has worked at a number of leading UK institutions, including the Science Museum, Wiltshire Museum, the Geffrye Museum, St Paul's Cathedral, the Britten-Pears Foundation, and the University of Bristol Library and Special Collections. Since 2013, she has worked as a consultant on over 42 archive, records management and evaluation projects.
Ellie is a council member of the Church Monuments Society, and Co-Chair of
the Business for Heritage Network. She is a member of the Archives and
Records Association (ARA), and has undertaken numerous roles for the
society, including editor of ARC Magazine for 6 years. In 2016 she was elected
a fellow of of the Society of Antiquaries of London (FSA) for services to
archives and academia.
Ellie holds a PhD from the University of Leicester. The NADFAS-funded
project focused on using archival material to find evidence for the patronage
and iconographical change in English and Welsh medieval wall painting. Ellie
teaches at the universities of Cambridge, Oxford and Leicester.
Please contact us for a full list of publications and conference papers.