The NCAP team are aerial photograph specialists who curate and develop one of the world's largest and most significant collections of aerial photography. Please use the Contact Us page if you would like to get in touch.
Susan is responsible for driving the expansion of NCAP; creating and managing partnerships with a range of educational institutes, businesses, agencies and organisations within the UK and internationally. Her role includes overseeing sales and marketing.
Previously Susan worked within the private and public sectors focusing on business growth and led joint ventures and major projects for national and international organisations, specifically in property, construction, regeneration and the arts.
Kevin is an Imagery Analyst with sixteen years experience working with aerial photography. A graduate in geology from theUniversity of Edinburgh, he began his career in aerial photography following the transfer of the Scottish Office Air Photographs Unit to RCAHMS in 1993. Experienced in the cataloguing and plotting of aerial photography, he has co-authored three volumes on aerial photography of Scotland.
Kevin qualified as an imagery analyst at the UK armed forces Joint School of Photographic Interpretation. He undertakes imagery interpretation work and leads the development of content for the NCAP website.
Alan is a technical photographer with 25 years work experience in the public and private sectors and is responsible for the long-term programmes of digitisation at NCAP, that make our historical aerial photography accessible. Skilled in film processing techniques, fine art copying and the operation of rostrum cameras, Alan is the winner of a Kodak Gold Award. An expert in digital imaging techniques and image enhancement - to exhibition and publication standard - his work features in the award-winning Above Scotland and Above Scotland Cities publications that showcase NCAP aerial photography.
Alan was central to the design and engineering of bespoke rostrum camera systems used for the NCAP surrogate digitisation programme, which makes imagery accessible on the NCAP website. He is responsible for managing programmes of ultra-high resolution digitisation using NCAP's suite of photogrammetric scanners. Alan has a lifelong interest in the history of flight and aviation photography.
Sam manages the workflow for processing large-volume orders for ultra-high resolution photogrammetric images and on-demand digitisation services. He joined NCAP in 2010 and has created most of the digital imagery featured on the NCAP website, especially those images copied for, and featured in, the BBC documentaries Operation Crossbow, broadcast in May 2011, and D-Day: The Last Heroes, broadcast in May 2013.
Ruta is responsible for processing customer orders for images and the physical preservation, digitisation and cataloguing of aerial photography and finding aids. A history graduate from the Vilnius Pedagogical University, Lithuania, Ruta has worked at NCAP since 2008. Ruta has created a large proportion of the geographical centrepoint information which powers searches for imagery on this website, allows the aerial imagery to be geographically linked to place name gazetteers, and viewed in Google Earth.
Digital Imaging Technician
Digital Imaging Technician
Our collections at a glance
- Allied Central Interpretation Unit (ACIU)
- AIRBUS Defence & Space
- BKS Surveys
- Directorate of Overseas Surveys (DOS)
- German Air Force
- Joint Air Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre (JARIC)
- Mediterranean Allied Photo Reconnaissance Wing (MAPRW)
- National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
- Scottish Office Air Photographs Unit (and later bodies)
- Simmons Aerofilms
NCAP works with documentary makers and software designers around the world.
We offer a Paid Search service of our catalogued archives.
Commision a paid search and we will provide you with a detailed Search Report, which includes research-quality images of your Area of Interest.