Stonehouse Research works with clients to create meaningful research questions created to respond to individual needs. No project is too big or too small. We offer heritage research, curation of exhibitions, community and commercial commissions and other interpretation projects. We are agile in our approach to communicating results in a variety of formats.
Why Stonehouse Research?
What’s your question about the past?
What Sectors do we Work Across?
Stonehouse Research professionals are trained to research and present history for a range of sectors. We work in government departments, community groups, private firms, and as freelance writers. We research an array of subjects, from community and company histories to heritage histories.
- Galleries, libraries, archives and museums
- Commissioned histories for community and corporates
- Film and television
- Any other group needing historical research
We can undertake a variety of research, from oral history interviews to assessing heritage significance. We take pride in matching the publishing format to the needs of the client and can work with reports, community publications, web content and social media curating.