As a senior conservator at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Simon Fleury is responsible for the care of the Museum’s extensive photographic holdings. Simon’s practice-led research explores and tests the intimate entangling relations between the museum and photograph. This experimental practice foldingMUSEUMCAMERA, fabricates new museum-objects to explore the aesthetic yield of photo-based documentation and material analysis of museum-objects (conter-factual documentation). This research is the basis for a practice-led PhD at Birmingham School of Art and Design (AHRC M4C). This practice is underpinned by a background in photography, which has included extensive commercial experience, post-graduate study at the Royal College of Art, and PhD at Birmingham School of Art and Design (M3C AHRC). Simon’s work is in Tate and British Council collections.