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Mr Stephen Gray

Mr Stephen Gray

Mr Stephen Gray
B.A.(Nott.Trent), M.A.(Central St Martins), P.G.C.E.(BoltonIHE), MA(Northumbria), PGDip(Wales)

Head of the Research Data Service

Office T22
Augustine's Courtyard,
Orchard Lane, Bristol BS1 5DS
(See a map)

Tel. +44 (0) 117 39 41074

Role

I’ve worked with digital research and cultural heritage collections in universities, museums, archives and libraries for the past ten years, with an emphasis on cataloguing, standards, interoperability, digital preservation and new ways to deliver content.

I’m currently Head of the Library Research Support. This role spans research data managment, digital humanities, research metrics and Open Access publication support.

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Skills, Knowledge & Experience

I'm currently head of Library Research Support.

I've worked with digital humanities and cultural heritage collections in universities, museums, galleries, archives and libraries for the past ten years, with an emphasis on metadata, standards, interoperability, digital preservation and conservation. This role spans research data managment, digital humanities, researcher metrics and Open Access publication support.

I also hold a number of other positions; I'm a Mentor for the Heritage Lottery Fund, an Associate Technical Adviser for Jisc and a member of the AHRC Peer Review College.

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Networks & contacts

  • JISC
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Tate
  • Bodleian Library
  • British Library
  • Digital Curation Center
  • Digital Preservation Coalition
  • DSpace at Cambridge
  • Open University
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • VADS

Interests

As a parallel acivity, I make experimental film works which explore our relationship to places, these are delivered via film festival or gallery installation. One of these was nominated for a BIFA in 2006 and another awarded a Red Mansion residency in China in 2003. My work formed part of the John Martin Exhibiton at Tate Britain in 2011.

I have a great interest in writers of ghostly 19th century fiction and run an M.R. James site, just for fun.

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