Sarah Gudgin

Telephone: 07837732288


Role within the OHS:

Regional Network Representative for London

Current professional role:

Freelance oral historian and heritage manager; experienced facilitator and trainer

Previous projects:

Past projects include: London’s Voices Projects (2000-2003); Moving Here- stories of migration and settlement; LGBTQ histories; stories of the Women’s Liberation movement; London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games collecting project; Mixed -experiences of being mixed heritage; Freedom From- human trafficking project; Multi-faith- world religions project; The Blitz and the Second World War- to name a few.


I am an experienced museum and heritage professional, previously Curator of Oral History and Contemporary Collecting at the Museum of London (2003-2013). I have over 15 years’ experience of working in the field of oral history. Whilst at the Museum of London, I was responsible for a large and diverse oral history collection, recording hundreds of hours of oral history interviews on a wide variety of subjects. I am conversant in oral history collections management, care, development and interpretation.

I have project managed multiple oral history projects, working with diverse communities and heritage partners. In addition I have curated exhibitions and galleries; developed sound installations and inter-actives incorporating oral histories and worked with artists and creative practitioners using oral history and heritage materials.