Katherine Gazzard is an AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership student at the University of East Anglia, the National Maritime Museum and the National Portrait Gallery. Her doctoral research looks at portraiture and the British naval officer, 1739–1805. She has also published on patronage and history painting in early nineteenth-century Britain.
Rosie Ram is an AHRC-funded PhD student at the Royal College of Art. Her thesis focuses on collaborative art practices in post-war Britain, 1945-65. This doctoral research draws on her ongoing work as archivist for the Nigel Henderson Estate. In 2019, she is co-curating a Spotlight display at Tate Britain with Mark Hallett, Director of Studies at the Paul Mellon Centre, and Elena Crippa, Curator of Modern and Contemporary British Art at Tate, which will examine Nigel Henderson's collage work. Rosie’s research has been supported by an AHRC International Placement Scheme fellowship at the Yale Center for British Art. Prior to her doctorate, she worked as programme coordinator at Chisenhale Gallery.