As a Research Executive, Philippa’s responsibilities are far ranging: from liaising with clients and developing research methodologies to conducting primary and secondary research and delivering final insight reports. In her time at MHM Philippa has managed projects for a number of clients including the National Trust, the National Gallery, Royal Collection Trust and the Natural History Museum. From market appraisals to summative exhibition evaluations, she enjoys all aspects of a project’s lifecycle.
Philippa’s strengths lie in her forensic approach to both quantitative and qualitative data, getting to the heart of issues and testing hypotheses. She also has a keen eye for detail, design and data visualisation, fuelled by her desire to enrich people’s experiences with arts, heritage and culture.
Philippa developed these skills and her passion for the cultural sector during her undergraduate years reading Music at the University of Birmingham and later at Goldsmiths College, London, studying for a Masters in Cultural Policy, Diplomacy and Arts Administration. In her spare time, Philippa can often be found singing with early music ensembles across the country or scaling fells in the Lake District.