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Fional Campbell

Fiona Campbell

Learning Enabler

Noelle Campbell

Marketing Manager

Lucy Campbell

Postgraduate student working with the Natural Sciences Department

Yves Candela

Yves Candela

Curator of Invertebrate Palaeobiology

Tom Carroll

Guest blogger

Tom Carroll is a Fathers’ Worker at Lone Parent Scotland, who were visited by our Learning and Programmes team in autumn 2013.

Rob Cawston

Digital Media Project Manager

Susan Chambers

Research Associate

Three generations of descendants of Lucy Anderson returning from their day on the Isle of May – July 4, 2009. (l. to r.) Susan Ciccantelli, Dale and Roger Acker, Allison Bohr. Photo courtesy of James Allan, who also kindly flew me over the island on my second visit in 2003.

Susan Ciccantelli

Guest blogger

Susan Ciccantelli is a descendant of two generations of May Isle light keepers, who shared her story in the run-up to the Shining Lights exhibition at National Museum of Scotland.

Lyndsey Clark

Lyndsey Clark

Interactive Displays Manager

Dr Tristram Clarke

Dr Tristram Clarke

Guest blogger

Tristram works for National Records of Scotland and is Co-curator of the Admiral Cochrane, the Real Master and Commander exhibition.

Siri Clausen

Volunteer with the Science and Technology department

Megan Combe

Megan Combe

National Partnerships Officer

Danielle Connolly

Danielle Connolly

Assistant Textile Conservator

James Coutts

James Coutts

Marketing Manager

James Coutts was Marketing Manager at National Museums Scotland.

Kirsten Cowie

Marketing & Communications Assistant

Sarah Cowie

Learning Officer - Schools, Learning & Programmes

Darren Cox

Assistant Conservator, Collections Services

David B Craig

Guest blogger

David B Craig was a member of the crew aboard SS Dover Hill whose story was told in the Arctic Convoys exhibition at the National War Museum.

Mark Cranston

Mark Cranston

Guest blogger

Mark Cranston is a brick enthusiast who recently visited the National Museums Collection Centre as part of his community-based project to record and detail the Scottish brick manufacturing industry. Find out more at www.scottishbrickhistory.co.uk.

Laura Crawford

Digital Content Assistant

David Cyster

David Cyster

Guest post

David Cyster is a Tiger Moth pilot and has taken part in Scotland’s National Airshow at the National Museum of Flight.