Richard Shaw has been producing short form films for museums and galleries for over eight years. He has developed work on various themes and contributed to exhibitions at Imperial War Museum North, Museum of Liverpool, Manchester Museum and the Science Museum, London. Seeing Daylight: The Photography of Dorothy Bohm is his first feature-length film. Richard is director of Unity House, a content agency and producers of Seeing Daylight.
Monica Bohm-Duchen is Dorothy’s eldest daughter and a London-based art historian. Her latest book is Art and the Second World War (Lund Humphries, 2013), and her essay “The Two World Wars” was published in War and Art: A Visual History of Modern Conflict (Reaktion Books, 2017). She is currently organising a nationwide arts festival to pay tribute to the contribution made to British culture by refugees from Nazi-dominated Europe.