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Alexander Goodger

Alexander studied History at the University of Leicester and then completed his postgraduate studies at the Ironbridge Institute of Cultural Heritage. Previously, he worked at Norton Collection Museum in Worcestershire and Birmingham Museums Trust, before moving to Cheshire to work as Museum Manager at Nantwich Museum - a Civil War museum. He also loves motorbikes, electric cars, bicycles and old camper vans, and enjoys walking in the Highlands. He is currently treasurer of Tayside Museums Forum and his favourite Museum in Dundee is the McManus (apart from Dundee Museum of Transport obviously).

Irene Hallyburton 
(Development Officer)

Irene Hallyburton is the Museum Development Officer. Previously working in Malaria research at the University of Dundee, Irene has always pursued sidelines in Archaeology and history; having recently completed an MLitt. in Scottish History focusing on agricultural improvement. With a long history of involvement with classic cars, motorcycles and agricultural vehicles, she is up to driving any vehicle put in front of her. Bringing experience of many of the vehicles in the collection, and an enthusiasm for our automotive past, Irene is very keen to spread the word about how wonderful DMofT is, to get others involved and help the museum reach for the stars. Rockets are transport too! 

Beth Hampton 
(Collections and Curatorial Assistant)

Beth is the Collections and Curatorial Assistant at the museum. She is a recent graduate from Dundee University where she studied History and Psychology. Even though Beth is new to the museum industry, she was thrilled to accept the varied and exciting position which she is sure will inspire a future career working in museums. Despite having very little knowledge of transport history when she began volunteering at the museum in April 2021, since starting she has developed a keen interest in all things transport. In her spare time, she likes to do crafts, socialise with friends and listen to podcasts.

Calum Mitchell 
(Marketing, Social Media and Events Assistant)

Calum has personal interests in illustration, design, and photography, and has spent the last five years studying Visual Communication at college and Illustration at University. He designs the panels and signage around the museum, schedules the social media posts and assists in the organisation of events. Calum enjoys bringing people together, and since moving to Dundee from Aberdeenshire, he has fallen in love with the city and is excited for the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the local community through his work at Dundee Museum of Transport.

(Admin and E-commerce Assistant)

Wei-Wen studied Electrical and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde, and is the Admin and E-Commerce Assistant at the museum. As someone who likes organising and working with numbers, she has been enjoying her admin role which includes keeping good records of the museum's finances. Outside of work, Wei-Wen likes creating digital art while listening to podcasts. She also enjoys being in the great outdoors and walking in the local parks. 

Daisy Hutton 
(FOH and Curatorial Assistant)

Telling stories through imagery and word play for the younger generations is where Daisy gains the most fulfilment. She aims to create individuality, expressiveness and energy in her drawings revealing well developed characters. Typically, Daisy works digitally, she loves the range of virtual textures that are open to her with the various tools at her disposal and how these contribute to illustrating the worlds that she imagines. Daisy works front of house and as an assistant curator - designing children’s workshops, activity sheets and trails.