Who we work with

Digitisation of specialist material

We’ve digitised many prestigious archives – browse our case studies.

We started digitising our own collection (including Magna Carta) 20 years ago but we increasingly digitise for others.

Our clients span a range of sectors including publishers, religious bodies, not-for-profit organisations such as charities, museums and heritage organisations, schools and universities, academies, public sector bodies, private and commercial enterprises, and personal collections.

As well as digitising our own incredible collection, we are privileged to work with a diverse range of organisations around the world. We’ve partnered with the likes of Google, Microsoft and major academic publishers such as ProQuest. Our studios have digitised over 30 million images for our clients. Our client portfolio spans the following sectors:

  • GLAM sector organisations museums and heritage organisations.
    Case study:
    Wallace Collection
  • Privately-owned and commercial companies, corporations or businesses
    Case study:
  • Religious organisations and places of worship
    Case study:
    Malmesbury Abbey
  • Individuals with private collections such as scrapbooks and letters
    Case study:
    James Backhouse family scrapbook
  • Not-for-profit organisations
    New case study coming soon
  • Education eg. Schools, universities and academies
    New case study coming soon
  • Public sector organisations that are primarily government-funded such as local authorities.
    New case study coming soon

Here’s what our customers have to say about us

'In addition to being a source for rare material, the British Library’s scanning services are excellent, producing high-quality images to the specifications we require.' 
Paul Waldock, ProQuest

'We were delighted with the British Library service offering onsite photography at our convenience: it was efficient and enjoyable, and produced the most beautiful images.'
John Sunderland, Friends of Malmesbury Abbey

'As custodians of this invaluable Elgar manuscript, it’s a joy to open up access to it online. We were very impressed by Eugenio’s meticulous handling of the score and the two Newman manuscripts of the poem and are delighted with the final images.' 
Daniel Joyce, Librarian & Archivist, Birmingham Oratory

'Thanks to the British Library and the West Bank Heritage Trust, priceless photos, correspondence and fascinating items from my great, great, great, grandfather’s travels and life have been preserved for everyone to view.'
Antony James Backhouse Lambert, James Backhouse family member

'It is intended that this work and our collaboration with the British Library will continue, so as to make an increasing part of our Library and Archive resources available to a much wider public.' 
Helen Jacobsen, Senior Curator, Wallace Collection

Case studies of our work

More Case studies
…"Thank you for the stellar job you all are doing digitising materials for us"…

Helping the International Association for the Preservation of Spiritualist and Occult Periodicals (IAPSOP) plug gaps in their archive

…“It has been a pleasure to work with the British Library"…

By digitising the 19th century Joga Pradīpikā manuscript on Hatha Yoga, the British Museum has produced innovative online content to support and promote its exhibition

…“The scanned letters has opened a whole new area of discovery"…

Unable to travel to the UK, Peruvian architect and PhD researcher Yolanda Muñoz Lozano was funded by Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Chile to digitise the papers of 19th century architect, Emile Jéquier

…“We were confident these items were in safe hands"…

Dickens's personally annotated works digitised for the Charles Dickens Museum

…"Priceless photos and correspondence have been preserved for everyone to view.” …

West Bank Park Heritage Trust commissioned us to digitise and preserve the priceless 19th century scrapbook of James Backhouse

…"The British Library’s scanning services are excellent, producing high-quality images"…

British Library’s comprehensive back catalogue of LGBTQ magazines digitised for ProQuest’s searchable database