Dr Toby Butler is a heritage consultant and public historian with a particular interest in oral history, digital heritage, and mapping memories. For six years Toby led an innovative MA programme in Heritage Studies: place, memory and history at the Raphael Samuel History Centre. Toby is known internationally for his work exploring how history and memory can be mapped and used to interpret places and their pasts. Projects include Ports of Call, working with community groups and artists around the docks of East London to map and historically interpret the area; the Bethnal Green Disaster Memorial Project and Groundbreakers, mapping and interpreting the pre-Olympic history of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford. Toby is currently a reader in geography at Royal Holloway, University of London, where he is leading a major AHRC funded research project on the oral history of the environmental movement. He is also a digital education consultant at Birkbeck, University of London where he recently worked on the Mapping Museums project, to create an online database and map of all the museums in the UK from 1960-present featuring his interviews with 57 museum founders and he co-ordinated a project to set up a regional support network for aviation museums.