• Alastair Frazer

    Gallery & Technical Manager

    Alastair is responsible for technical aspects of gallery running and production, coming from a range of experience in galleries and institutions. Most recently he worked at The Barbican Centre providing audiovisual solutions for exhibitions and live projects, and carries a background in development of spaces such as The Museum of Everything, as well as various art and sound projects.

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  • Chelsey Kendall

    Venue and Event Sales Manager

    Chelsey is responsible for the exclusive hire of Science Gallery London to both corporate and private clients. She has a degree in Event Management from Plymouth University and has worked in some of London’s most unique and exciting venues from ZSL London Zoo to The Gherkin delivering successful events.

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  • Esther Lie

    Community Engagement Manager

    Esther leads on community engagement and the Young Leaders programme. She has a background in science education, managing the outreach programme for the community festival SMASHfestUK. Esther has previously worked for; Science Museum, V&A, Museum of London, Centre of the Cell, and National Citizen Service. If you’re a community group in Southwark or Lambeth, do get in touch.

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  • Helen Kaplinsky (on maternity leave)

    Curator, GENDERS

    Helen is the curator of GENDERS. Her projects support artistic conversations that rethink organisational and ownership structures in society, often sharing expanded approaches to tools and technologies. In 2015 she co-founded Res., a mutable curatorial organisation and workspace based in South East London. She has undertaken collections-based fellowships with the Contemporary Art Society and the Arts Council Collection and is a forthcoming doctoral student at Liverpool John Moores University, Exhibition Research Lab within the School of Art and Design.

    Helen is currently on maternity leave. In her absence, please contact Jessie Krish. 

  • Jamie Dorey

    Public Engagement Manager (Maternity Cover)

    Jamie supports researchers to build in high-quality, high-impact public engagement into grant applications, utilising Science Gallery London’s network of creative professionals to enhance engagement practices. Jamie has over 10 years’ experience in science communication and completed his PhD in Science Communication at CERN where he evaluated the communication and engagement practices of CERN Researchers during the hunt for the Higgs Boson.

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  • Jamie Lewis-Hadley

    Front of House Team Leader

    Jamie manages the Front of House team with his tag-team partner Nike. He has worked across a number of arts organisations across London including the ICA and Unicorn Theatre. Jamie is also an artist and presented his performance lecture ‘Blood on the Streets’ during the BLOOD seasons at both Science Gallery London and Dublin.

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  • Jen Wong

    Head of Programming

    Jen runs the exhibition and event programme. She has a background in exhibition development and experience production, a degree in Natural Sciences, and an M.Phil in History & Philosophy of Science. She is co-founder of Guerilla Science Ltd. and has previously worked for the Dana Centre, Wellcome Collection, Science Museum and Natural History Museum.

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  • Jessie Krish

    Production Assistant

    Jessie assists with the exhibition and event programme. She has an English Literature degree and previously worked creating digital content for Science Gallery London and marketing Utopia 2016 for the Cultural Institute, King's College London. Jessie worked in several Manchester schools with the Tutor Trust, and continues to work with school students as a Debating Matters judge.

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  • John O'Shea

    Associate Director (Creative)

    John is responsible for the Creative Direction of Science Gallery London. An artist by vocation and training, John has an MRes. in Digital Media, and has worked within exhibition production for a diverse range of organisations nationally, emphasising artistic and cultural experiences that do not fit easily into pre-defined categories. 

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  • Judit Agui

    Production Assistant

    Judit is one of our Production Assistants, helping out with the exhibition and event programme. She trained in Neuroscience at King’s and has a background in Science Communication and Journalism. Judit is also Editor-in-chief of PLASMA magazine and has previously worked within exhibition and event production in London and Berlin.

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  • Kate Anderson

    Business and Operations Manager

    Kate manages the day to day operations of the gallery, including; overseeing finances, building management, office management, implementing new systems and procedures and HR processes. She has a wealth of experience in administration, logistics and office management and has previously worked in the charity and health sectors. Kate has a degree in Photographic Arts and has also worked as a Freelance Photographer.

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  • Katie Barron

    Communications Officer

    Katie is the Communications Officer. She was previously Media Relations Officer at the British Academy, the national body for the humanities and social sciences, and has also worked in a communications role for a digital mental healthcare company.

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  • Lauren Angelkov Cummings

    Lead Mediator

    Lauren is the main point of contact for, and representative of, the Mediator team who engage with visitors in the exhibitions. Lauren has been working within the arts since graduating with a BA in Contemporary Media Practice. Most recently she has worked at Furtherfield. Lauren also has an interest in film making and graphic design and works on freelance projects when she can.

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  • Lisa Neville

    Sales and Events Executive

    Lisa assists with the hire of the gallery to both corporate and private clients. She has a degree in Event Management and public relations from the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in Ireland and has a number of years’ experience in the events industry in both Ireland and London ranging from festivals, exhibitions, corporate dinners and everything in between.

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  • Louise Weiss

    Public Engagement Manager (Maternity Leave)

    Louise works as part of Impact & Engagement Services, supporting researchers to develop their public engagement practice by capitalising on Science Gallery’s expertise and networks.  She is a trained neuroscientist, and as Co-Founder of London Brain Project her engagement practice sits within the fields of art-science and arts in health.



  • Lu Hale

    Front of House Assistant

    Lu is part of the team taking care of day to day running of the gallery. She studied at Wimbledon College of Arts and works on her own creative projects that stem from research into consciousness and the human condition. She has worked with the Exhibitions and Residencies programmes at Gasworks, taken part in young artist programme at Chisenhale Studios and worked at the 57th Venice Biennale.

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  • Matt Weston

    Chef Patron

    Matt heads up the Science Gallery Café and all event catering at Science Gallery London. Previously Matt worked across a wide range of venues from the QEII Conference Centre to Head Chef of a central London restaurant group. Most recently Matt has worked at King’s College London, first as Head Chef and then as Group Development Chef.

  • Mel Davies

    Events & Research Coordinator

    Mel is responsible for delivering our public events, as well as linking King’s researchers with artists and creating opportunities for them to participate in our programme. She has an MSc in Science Communication, was previously a planetarium presenter and most recently worked in the Public Engagement team at the Francis Crick Institute.

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  • Nike Rullmann

    Front of House Team Leader

    Nike manages the Front of House team and oversees the shop. Nike has worked in several Front of House roles at museums, most recently she set up a successful volunteer programme and Front of House team at the Garden Museum. Nike has a degree in Humanities and in Nineteenth Century Studies.

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  • Shannon Hermes

    Commercial & Visitor Experience Manager

    Shannon manages commercial operations and is the champion for visitor experience at Science Gallery London.  Shannon has a degree in Behavioural Science and also brings with her more than a decade of commercial and operations experience in the Museum sector.  She has worked for the British Museum and most recently, the Charles Dickens Museum in a general manager capacity.

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  • Tim Henbrey

    Associate Director (Operations)

    Tim is responsible for planning and implementation of the gallery as an effective operational and commercial enterprise with an appropriate complement of professional staff in a high quality building. Previously he spent many years working for; The National Gallery, Tate, Royal Armouries at HM Tower of London, as well as in the private sector for Phillips the Auctioneers and Gallery Systems Inc.

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  • Tom Hunter

    Marketing and Communications Manager

    Tom leads on all insight, strategy and delivery for Science Gallery London’s marketing and press activity or, more simply, he creates beautiful adverts, engaging words and gets people to write (nicely) about us in papers, magazines and across the web. He is also director of the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the UK’s premier prize for science fiction literature.

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