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Sarah Frandsen – All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited

20/11/2020

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Sarah Frandsen joined the All England Lawn Tennis Club 8 years ago in the role of its first-ever Picture Library and Photo Coordinator for the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.

The collection is around 1 million images, with more being added every year. In addition to the historic collection, in 2006 the Club started commissioning its own photographers to shoot the annual Championships and now has about 24 photographers shooting the event. Sarah describes the work she does co-ordinate and cataloguing these images, which can then go on to be widely distributed.

Although their online archive wimbledonimages.com is only open to certain users, Sarah often responds to inquiries from the general public who request photos of their loved ones who served as ball boys and girls in years gone by.

Links

Website: www.wimbledon.com/museum

Instagram: www.instagram.com/wimbledonmuseum

Twitter: twitter.com/wimbledonmuseum

Sarah Frandsen – All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited

20/11/2020

Sarah Frandsen

Photo Library & Picture Coordinator All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited

Sarah Frandsen joined the All England Lawn Tennis Club 8 years ago in the role of its first-ever Picture Library and Photo Coordinator for the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.

The collection is around 1 million images, with more being added every year. In addition to the historic collection, in 2006 the Club started commissioning its own photographers to shoot the annual Championships and now has about 24 photographers shooting the event. Sarah describes the work she does co-ordinate and cataloguing these images, which can then go on to be widely distributed.

Although their online archive wimbledonimages.com is only open to certain users, Sarah often responds to inquiries from the general public who request photos of their loved ones who served as ball boys and girls in years gone by.

Links

Website: www.wimbledon.com/museum

Instagram: www.instagram.com/wimbledonmuseum

Twitter: twitter.com/wimbledonmuseum

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