Nicole's portfolio relates to Sound & Vision's research interests and international projects in such areas as digitisation, polyvocality, diversity, inclusivity, education, community co-creation and oral history.
Nicole's main areas of interest are polyvocality and community co-creation. She co-developed the Sounds Familiar programme, which takes a critical look at our archival practices and aims to develop standards for diversity, equity and inclusivity in the audiovisual archives sector internationally. She oversees our role within the Dutch Oral History Knooppunt and our relationship with Musea Bekennen Kleur and in 2021 she received the Museum Grant from NWO for the Rewind and Record project to strengthen our relationship with underserved communities.
Nicole also manages the day to day activities of the EUscreen Foundation (which is administered by Sound & Vision) and is Chair of it's Member's Council. EUscreen is a network of 60 European audiovisual archives and is the main aggregator of audiovisual content to Europeana. As such, Nicole is a member of the Europeana Aggregator Forum Steering Committee and represents the interests of audiovisual archives at European level.