Erik is a photographer at the National Historical Museums. He has worked in the fields of fashion and commercial photography since 2000, and came to heritage imaging in 2010. For the last 4 years, Erik has focused on developing 3D photography for cultural heritage organsations.
For the National Historiacal Museums, being a publicly funded institution with digital collections open for free use and re-use comes with a great responsibility. The challenge is to deliver content that people actually want to use. Erik will show how using photogrammetry and established web platforms can result in outreach far beyond our expectations.