Michal Studničný is a graduate of the Higher School of Information Services in the field of Information Management: Museum and Gallery Services. Since 2012 he has been working as a documentarian at the National Museum – the Czech Museum of Music. His work includes administration, protection, evidence (exhibitions: Musicians on the road and for rest – also an article from the exhibition for Museum 3000, Foersterovské Christmas, Karel Kryl, Jan Kubelik, Advertising Graphic on Notations) and digitization of museum collections. In the position of a representative of the curator of the phonotheque, he cooperates in revitalizing the phonotheque. In 2016, he contributed to the Baltic Audiovisual Archival Council (BAAC) conference in Vilnius, Lithuania, where he discussed the State of the Record of the Music Museum of the Czech Museum of Music. Since 2014, he has been studying at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University, for a Bachelor of Information Studies and Librarianship. As part of the NAKI II project, he focuses on the digitization of images of audio documents, as a photo supervisor, participating in research on the best practice for capturing record labels and their labels. As part of the NAKI II project, his role as photo supervisor will allow him to participate in the research as to these best practices of imaging record labels and one of the outputs of this will be a methodology for capture. In addition, Michal Studničný coordinates all activities which take place in the photo studio.