Images from MyHeritage AI Time Machine

Ann Larkham 

I have been researching my family history for over 20 years but my fascination started much earlier while spending many hours with my nan sharing stories about the items in an old cardboard box of family treasures, documents and photographs.

My career started at the BBC in London as a Television Camerawoman working on EastEnders, House of Elliot, Blue Peter and many other programs. This was followed by spells at the then Satrosphere, now Aberdeen Science Centre and TechFest, before setting up my own company, K'NEXT Generation in 2008. 

I have always been a keen photographer and I love old photographs for the stories they tell, the feelings they evoke and the mysteries they can create or solve. And, most importantly, how they can bring people together.

Since qualifying as a genealogist in 2018 with the University of Strathclyde I have been learning and practising Photogenealogy. 

Ann Larkham



Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) Genealogical Palaeographic & Heraldic Studies

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Animal Ecology

Bachelor of Science (BSc Hons) Zoology



Caroline Guntur

Project Based Organisation 

DPO Flow Workshop

Metadata for Genealogy

Chaos to Memories

The Practical Guide to Camera Scanning

Easy Index Scanning Workflow

Organising Photos with Adobe Lightroom Classic

Organising Photos with Adobe Bridge

Metadata Foundations

Digital Format Foundations

The Photo Managers

Printed Photo Organising Made Easy

Photo Manager in training 

Lets Talk Digital Companies and Projects

Miss Freddy

Back-up Bootcamp 

Lightroom - basic photo editing

International Council on Archives 

Organising Family Archives

Bryan O'Neil Hughes

Learning Photo Restoration with Photoshop


Legacy Lab 


Simplified Lightroom Image Management


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