Camilla has worked in the museums and heritage sector for twenty years. She read Geology at Edinburgh followed by Museum Studies at Leicester and went on to work with collections as diverse as geology, zoology, scientific and medical instruments, anatomy and pathology, the early oil industry and Scottish football. Previously she was Head of Collections for Leeds Museums and Galleries, led the science team at York Museums Trust as Keeper of Geology and whilst at the Hunterian Museum at Glasgow University she was fortunate to curate the Antarctic rock collections including specimens collected from Elephant Island by the marooned men from Endurance and the first rocks collected from the Antarctic mainland and by Carsten Borchgrevink in 1895.
Camilla holds an AMA from the Museums Association, is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, serves on the Accreditation Panel for Arts Council England and is a trustee of the Burton Constable Foundation and the Cromwell Museum.
Ask Camilla about UKAHT’s current activities and future strategy.