Jonathan Law, a freelance filmmaker, researcher and lecturer, holds a PhD in History and Philosophy of Art from the University of Kent, a PGCHE from the University of Kent, an MRes in Humanities and Cultural Studies from the London Consortium (University of London), and a BA in Fine Art from the University of Wolverhampton. As Research Fellow and Filmmaker at the Paul Mellon Centre, Jon has been responsible for developing and producing collaborative research-led film content for the Centre’s research publications and for special public screenings. Among his recent work is The Famous Women Dinner Service: In Conversation With Contemporary Art (2019),The Atmospherics of Leighton House (2018), short films for the digital publication The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition: A Chronicle, 1769–2018 (2018), and, with Rosie Ram and Mark Hallett, on the collage of Nigel Henderson, for display as part of the Tate Britain display Vital Fragments: Nigel Henderson and the Art of Collage (2019-20). Jon regularly contributes peer-reviewed film content to British Art Studies, the PMC’s online research journal.

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