Behind the scenes of CAMERA on International Women’s Day 2022

CAMERA Behind the scenes of CAMERA on International Women’s Day 2022

CAMERA are incredibly proud to be supporting amazing female researchers both with their research and progressing their careers.

On this International Women’s day 2022 however, we thought we would take a look at the women behind the scenes who help CAMERA to run. Behind our outstanding research CAMERA is fortunate to have an experienced and skilled professional services team who keep the wheels turning.  


Rebekah Hole, our Centre Manager is the ultimate plate spinner keeping everything together and moving in the right direction! Having worked at CAMERA since 2016, Rebekah knows pretty much everything there to know about how to ensure the centre runs smoothly; juggling the needs of a large research centre and growing portfolio of projects.  Rebekah manages the operational delivery of the research programmes, coordinating activities and resources across two studios and three departments.

Eva Martino, our Creative Studio Producer is a performance and visual art producer, creative thinker and cultural programmer. She is hugely experienced and has worked in the UK and internationally for the past 15 years engaging in a varied range of projects from visual and performance art, music, and technology to socially engaged practice.   Eva manages CAMERA’s ERDF Business Assistance programme and our studios in Bath and Bristol. Bringing vast amounts of knowledge and experience to this project, Eva is driving CAMERA’s mission of collaboration, networking, and technology democratisation – making motion capture technology available to a whole host of businesses across the region.

Becca Knight is our Marketing and Events Coordinator.  With a background in marketing and higher education administration, Becca spends much of her time working out how to explain hugely complicated research ideas to people who (like her) may not have an in-depth knowledge of motion capture, computer science, or biomechanics.  Successfully summing up an entire research project into 280 characters is no mean feat! With the easing of COVID restrictions Becca is looking forward to planning more events to get CAMERA back out into the world so we can share our innovative research with you. Watch this space!

If you’d like to find out more about a career in research programme or project management, check out the PRISM Network at and Association of Research Managers and Administrators

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