andrew ashmore & associates

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With the current situation regarding Covid-19 and the closure of museums and historic sites, we are now looking to deliver 'virtual live interpretation' – see details below...

We have recorded transcripts of historic documents on the Poor Law and Witch Trials for the National Archives.

We have delivered videos as historical characters: Walter Spradbery – First World War Artist – and William Winters – Victorian antiquary – for Epping Forest District Museum.

We have made a film for Keats 200 'And so Mr Keats Left Hampstead' for Keats House: see it at  and are about to make another for educational use as part of the Culture Mile project.

We have made 3 short films for the Landmark Trust: one link is here, others on YouTube Channel (see below)

We have made 2 films for the National Army Museum about WWII in Burma, and Walter Tull in the First World War (contact us for how to see these).

We have set up a You Tube Channel to showcase some of our characters online - subscribe and watch it


All this means that we can help you create compelling, engaging and dynamic content so that your museum, institution or site can maintain an active online presence and combat social isolation, even though your physical site is closed. Contact us and let's see what we can do for you!