Siobhan McHugh
ORAL HISTORIAN
WRITER
DOCUMENTARY-MAKER
Oral History Consultancies
Siobhan delivered a paper at the International Oral History Conference in Sydney in July 2006, on 'The perils and pleasures of adapting Minefields and Miniskirts for the stage' Siobhan's paper was published in the
In 2005, Siobhan conducted a series of interviews with Millers Point residents for a NSW Dept of Commerce project
Historic Houses Trust of NSW 2001 - 4
Meroogal, 2003

Oral history audit across 13 historic properties, including Susannah Place in The Rocks.
Interviewer/ Director on short films including Horsley Homestead and Meroogal, the women's house at Nowra.
Conducted four-hour archival interview with architect Harry Seidler, shortly before he died in 2006. 'Frozen Music', a DVD incorporating some of the interview, won a National Trust Heritage award in 2006
Meroogal
Sydney Olympic Park Authority 2004
Olympic Coordination Authority, 2000

Siobhan produced Twenty Twenty Hindsight, a 5x CD package on the environmental remediation of the 2000 Sydney Olympics site,.
It is an industrial history of Homebush Bay. Years of chemical manufacturing had left 9 million tonnes of industrial waste, including the highly toxic dioxin. The remediation process initiated prior to the Games is still proceeding.
Twenty Twenty Hingsight
NSW Federation of Community Housing Associations, 1997-99
Oral histories of people in social housing across New South Wales
NSW Dept of Land and Water Conservation 1991-1995
NSW Dept of Public Works 1994