Harry Cutmore is currently the International Partnerships Producer at the Natural History Museum in London, a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. He works on projects that engage global public audiences on the importance of the climate crisis, often in progressive and non-traditional ways.
Harry has worked with numerous international institutions and world leading authorities, both inside and outside of the heritage sectors. He specialises in projects that are interdisciplinary in approach, bringing together otherwise disparate expertise to create innovative and exiting engagements for a diverse range of audiences that blur the separation between the humanities and sciences. His mission has always been to continue to make art and culture accessible to publics, particularly for historically marginalised groups, from a foundation of curiosity and excitement.
I am looking to continue to work within and/or manage a diverse team of colleagues, working on an eclectic portfolio of engagement-based programmes. This would ideally be within the museums and heritage sector, or else a charity or governmental body, though I am open to all relevant opportunities. I would also welcome roles a board, committee, or in a consulting capacity.
I can offer my experience managing international programmes for a world leading museum, engaging people from diverse backgrounds to create advocates for the planet.