Freelance profile

Milena Harrison-Gray (Archive Weaver)

Experienced, diligent and detail-oriented Picture Researcher & Photo Editor and Visual Cultures graduate welcoming picture and archive research requests that require a keen eye for art, architecture, photography, history and culture. I offer both image research and comprehensive historical and contextual research for publishing houses, print, media, broadcasting and production companies, creatives and public institutions.

Contact details:

Region/nation: London
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://archiveweaver.com
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Mobile: +44 (0) 7864726155

Skills:

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Picture researcherRates: Picture editing
ResearcherRates: Researcher
from the Freelance Fees Guide.

Subjects:

  • Arts/entertainment
  • Architecture
  • Film and theatre
  • Design
  • History

Profile last updated: 2017-08-11 11:34:10


Extra information:

From the obscure and wonderful to the classic and iconic, I have a real passion for archival and historical images, and welcome any picture and archive research requests that require a keen eye for art, architecture, photography, history and culture. 

Whether you are looking for a specific image or have a broad concept in mind, I can help you find the perfect picture for your project, from interpreting briefs, carrying out image research in English, German and Bulgarian, negotiating licensing fees within your budget, keeping records of captions and credit lines to obtaining the necessary additional copyright clearances and delivering the final image selection. I will ensure that your project will be visually arresting, clearly communicating the meaning of your message. 

I also take on research projects commissioned by artists, photographers, architects, filmmakers, academics and public institutions. Apart from being able to track down and license relevant archival material, I carry out comprehensive and thorough historical, theoretical and conceptual research in relation to your ongoing projects, assisting you in contextualising those within a wider cultural framework or to fit a specific brief or context.