Managing 100′s of 1000′s of digitial media files from numerous media professionals, organisations and institutions over the past decade means that we have significant experience in assisting to establish solid workflows enabling you to get your collections to the point where they can be presented to the audience you want to reach.
We have been involved in digitisation with, amongst others, the ANC Archive, Natal Museum, Vukani Museum, The International Library of African Music, Freedom Park, Albany Museum, Bailey’s African History Archive, Cory Library, Iziko Museums of Cape Town, Klerksdorp Museum, Ladysmith Siege Museum, McGregor Museum, Museum Africa, National Museum in Bloemfontein, Northern Flagship Institution, Piper Collection from the University of Fort Hare, South Photographs collection and the Martin Gibbs Collection. We have also worked with a number of school archives to preserve and display their valuable heritage. On the About Us page you can find more information of some of the projects we have been involved in.
If you have an archive of images that need to be digitised we would be happy to assist you in any way that we can. Contact David Larsen on firstname.lastname@example.org for discuss your project.
Digitisation forms part of the Digital Trade Route provided by Africa Media Online.