Collection responsibility: European sculpture and decorative arts prior to 1500.
Research interests: Monumental and funerary sculpture in France, Spain, Great Britain and Italy in the 12th-13th Century. Status of the artist in the 12th-13th Century. Western European ivories in the 12th -13th Century. Medieval Western European faience and lustreware.
Collection responsibility: Overall responsibility for post-1850 design collections and galleries including decorative arts and fashion.
Research interests: British, European and American Pre-Raphaelitism, Aestheticism, Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Decadence, Design Reform, Artistic Dress and early Modernism. Nineteenth century historicism. Victorian and Edwardian interiors, architecture and international exhibitions. Pre-Raphaelite, Aesthetic and Decadent literature and criticism. Neo-Victorian and Steampunk art and design. The visual culture of early British Socialism. Victorian cultural history. History of fashion and the relationship between dress, art and architecture. Art, religion and the occult. Folk art of Britain and the Americas. Arts and Crafts silver and jewellery.
Collection responsibility: European sculpture, precious and base metalwork, ceramics, glass, and arms and armour from c.1500 to 1850.
Research interests: Hamilton Palace and the collections of the Dukes of Hamilton; continental silver; and Scottish fireclay sculpture.
Collection responsibility: European collections of ceramics, glass and jewellery from 1850, and the development of the contemporary applied art collections.
Research interests: Picasso ceramics at the Madoura Pottery, French Orientalist ceramicists, contemporary jewellery.
Collection responsibility: British and European furniture and woodwork (and musical instruments, excluding bagpipes).
Research interests: Scottish furniture makers and manufacturers; representations and perceptions of domestic life and material culture in early modern Scotland.
Collection responsibility: Fashion and textiles post-1900, and the development of the contemporary fashion collections.
Research interests: The rise of the fashion house in the early 20th century, fashion post-WWII from 1947-1960, film costume from 1930-1960, Jean Muir, contemporary couture, new technologies in fashion.
Collection responsibility: Providing curatorial support across the Art and Design department, focussed on fashion and textiles collections pre-1900, including exhibitions and enquiries.
Research interests: Eighteenth century dress and textiles, early modern European sartorial cultures, fashion and textiles 1600 – present.
Collection responsibility: Providing curatorial support across the Art and Design department, focussed on modern and contemporary collections, including exhibitions and enquiries.
Research interests: Fashion and textiles c.1900 – present, smart textiles, sustainable design.
Collection responsibility: Providing curatorial support across the Art and Design department, focussed on modern and contemporary collections including exhibitions and enquiries.
Research interests: Contemporary craft with a focus on ceramics, glass and jewellery, 20th century European art and design and the integration and interpretation of historical collections by working artists and makers.
Collection responsibility: European textiles, 1400-1850
Research interests: Tapestry production, patronage and use in Scotland, England and Europe, 1400 to the present; textiles associated with Mary, Queen of Scots; the Mortlake tapestry workshop under Charles I; Jacobite visual culture