Bridget McKenzie is founding director of Flow Associates, a cultural consultancy established in 2006 and based in London and Delhi. Flow specialises in digital and learning strategies for arts and heritage organisations. Before this, Bridget held the post of Head of Learning at the British Library where she implemented accessible learning policies and programmes for all audiences, extending the practice of ‘creative enquiry’. Previous roles include: Education Officer for Tate, Coordinator of University of the Arts widening participation scheme and Lead consultant for the Clore Duffield Foundation. Bridget is interested in the use of web technologies and applied challenges to enhance learning, especially related to big issues and environmental sustainability. She writes about these interests on her own blog The Learning Planet and in research for a book with the same name. She is on the advisory panel of the Cultural Learning Alliance, an Affiliate of the Collections Trust and a member of several networks on museum learning, e-learning and cultural sustainability. She is also an artist, using techniques of photography, writing and creative curating. She lives in South East London where is involved in cultural community development.