National Gallery Hires Licensing Consultant

Melanie Humberstone-Garley has been appointed to the newly-formed role.

License Global

July 23, 2021

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The National Gallery Company has announced that Melanie Humberstone-Garley has been appointed as its licensing consultant.

“We met Mel through our former licensing agent and quickly recognized what a great asset she was then and continues to be now,” says Judith Mather, B2B and brand licensing director, The National Gallery Company. “We are proud to bring her on board as licensing consultant as we grow our ambitious program both domestically and on an international scale.”

Before founding her consulting group, Humberstone-Garley was head of U.K. sales at ITV Studios working on brands including “Thunderbirds,” “Cut the Rope” and “Matt Hatter.” Previously, she headed U.K. sales at Chorion, specializing in apparel and soft lines for brand like Mr. Men/Little Miss, Paddington, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, “Noddy” and “Octonauts.”

“I am so happy to be working with The National Gallery Company,” says Humberstone-Garley. “The National Gallery has always held a special place in my heart, having spent many years studying within its walls as a fine art student. To be surrounded by some of the most famous masterpieces in the world and to be part of translating that art onto third party products is a true privilege.”

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