The STORMLAMP project has appointed a new Communications Officer for the final leg of the research project.
Eve Allen has been appointed to support the communications side of STORMLAMP and will be based at University College London. She will be organising a workshop: ‘Monitoring and Modelling: Maritime Structures under Environmental Loading’, to mark the end of the project. Eve will also support the core research team in publicising project research, writing and editing blog posts and developing social media.
Eve has a background in fine art and design history, with an interest in material culture, industrial heritage and maritime history. Before joining UCL she studied History of Design MA at Royal College of Art and V&A Museum. This included spending four months in New York researching the nineteenth century transatlantic maritime trade, with a focus on the oyster industry. Her research was funded by V&A Museum, Bard Graduate Centre and the Association for Industrial Archaeology.
Eve has also worked in communications for UCL Department of Economics and UCL Culture. Away from STORMLAMP, Eve can be found at the cinema or visiting the coast.