My Testimonials

Laura's a diligent and motivated museum advocate, and a dab hand at community outreach.

She can always be relied on to share her knowledge generously, and has written for the Culture24 website and for the sector-facing Museums at Night blog I edit. Both her articles (a thoroughly-researched case study on planning museum sleepovers; and a guide to setting up a one-day festival from first principles, written in pirate language) are still very popular reading.

When I was looking for speakers to discuss the possibilities of Museums at Night city-wide events for the benefit of an audience of Town Centre Managers and Visit England Destination Managers, Laura immediately sprang to mind: she gave an excellent presentation and in the troubleshooting Q&A session that followed, made some very useful suggestions.

Laura and I are in touch regularly, and she's very generous with her time: half an hour spent brainstorming with her will always leave me with pages of useful notes, new potential partners to approach, and marketing ideas to follow up on. In the Culture24 office we've often exclaimed, "If only every town had a Laura Crossley!"

I am delighted to recommend Laura: any arts or heritage organisation would be lucky to have her on their team.

Rosie Clarke, Campaigns Officer (Museums at Night), Culture24

I have been impressed by Laura's passion for history, attitude towards her work and her performance on the job. Her interpersonal and communication skills are excellent and allow for great relationships with staff and clients. Highly committed to her profession her work was always carried out to the highest possible standard. I would recommend Laura for employment without hesitation and would greatly enjoy working with her again.

Nina Brown, Graphic Designer, NU Creative Ltd

I would recommend Laura to anyone wanting a creative individual to both develop and run up to the minute interpretation and events.

Dave Tonge, Owner, The Yarnsmith of Norwich