Our Team

Wide Eyed Vision was founded in 2007, born from a passion for photography, heritage preservation and technology. We take great pride in providing clients with excellent service and products to engage and delight their customers and audiences.

Dr Tudor Jenkins is Director the founder of Wide Eyed Vision. He is a digital media specialist, photographer and developer of software and technology for cultural projects and exhibitions. Tudor developed the Houghton Revisited app, and has worked on projects for Hampton Court, Rolling Stones Exhibitionism, the National Trust, English Heritage, Historic Royal Palaces, Bletchley Park, and Strawberry Hill's Horace Walpole Masterpieces exhibition. Tudor holds a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and was a researcher in the Cognitive Science department at the University of Sussex and the Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris.

Johnny Cornwell works with curators, artists and galleries to produce exhibitions and apps. He lead the fundraising for Houghton Revisited: Masterpieces from the Hermitage; and James Turrell: Lightscape. He is currently developing new projects at the Saatchi Gallery in London. He has a background in publishing and internet companies and is Executive Director of the Science & Human Dimension Project (SHDP), a public understanding of science and technology program at Jesus College, University of Cambridge, where he is a Senior Research Associate.

Dr Thierry Morel is an art historian, curator, film-maker and writer.He is a Director and Curator at Large for the Hermitage Foundation. He was the curator and concept creator of Houghton Revisited, for which he produced a catalogue and Bacon and The Masters exhibitions. He has written and produced plays and films, among them Private View, a ten-part series of TV documentaries on art collectors.
A Rhodes Scholar, Thierry Morel was educated at the universities of Paris and Oxford, where he graduated in law and history of art. He was a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Cambridge and has done extensive research on the history of art collections in Europe.

Bronwen Riley is a writer, lecturer and publishing and heritage consultant. Until 2018 she was Head of Content at English Heritage where she established the guidebooks and curatorial digital teams, publishing over 80 Red Guides as well as other innovative titles. She developed the concept and content for the Story of England online and was on the creative team for the new English Heritage website. She has developed content across multiple platforms with curators, historic house owners, writers, marketing and brand specialists and development, communications, education and interpretation teams. She studied Classics at the University of Oxford and then Byzantine Art at the Courtauld Institute and has a special interest in Romania and the classical world. She organises and leads cultural tours to Romania and within the UK. Her book Journey to Britannia: From the Heart of Rome to Hadrian's Wall was published in 2015 and she is currently working on her latest book Journey to Jerusalem and on a long-term project on Westmorland farmhouses.