I am a museum exhibition planner and designer. I work with museums, historic sites, zoos, aquariums and corporate brand centers to reveal content and make it relevant to visitors. Through my work I provoke museum guests to “wonder” and ask for “more”.
My exhibitions are planned by first laying the intellectual underpinning: the interpretive soul. From there, and though interpretive techniques, I make meaning clear. I enable deeper layers of content to be found. How do I do that? I use the environment and my design approach to engage emotions, senses and our curiosity. In fact, when I plan environments I consider the visitor’s psychology as much as the educational message. I study visitors through analytics and I dig into content with curators and staff. Sound like it a challenge? It is. And, it is the best job on the planet!
I work with a team–an amazing team. Experience Design is the firm I co-manage and with that brings a staff with spirit, creativity, passion and imagination to develop solutions that stretch the boundaries of anything I could do alone. Truly, teamwork, is what makes our projects and our solutions spectacular! The 18-person staff at Experience Design brings talents in the areas of museum design, content development, graphics, copywriting, image acquisition, media design interactive design, audience research, software production, exhibit build, exhibition installation, a/v hardware integration. We have been in business for 35 years and are located in two states!
Check out www.expstudios.org or write to me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org or, call/text: 339.832.7559 (cell) 401.454.7300 (office).
write to my partner, John Carney at email@example.com 401.454.7300 (office).
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