-Museum Exhibit Planning
Interpretive Planning and Text Writing
Integrating audience input and staff knowledge to create accessible, meaningful, and engaging content. Participatory and co-creation techniques - such as brainwriting - empower the audience to share the authorial voice of the exhibit's content and messaging, goals, and experiences. Interpretive text written in the audience's voice, making complex content understandable.
Creative Direction - Media
Concept generation, storyboards, and hardware specification to direct the work of media providers. Production coordination and oversight. Audio, video on both intimate and large scales. Large scale projections and installations. Editing and post production.
Fabrication and Installation Supervision
Provision of supervision and oversight of exhibit fabrication and installation. Collaborative problem solving of issues as they occur during production. Logistics for shipping and rigging.
Utilizing primary and secondary sources to generate baseline knowledge for exhibit content - cultural and natural history, science, and the arts. Artifact and image research for use in exhibits and other media.
Creative Direction - Design
Using the content research and interpretive plan as guides, visual research is conducted to provide inspiration and direction for exhibit and graphic design. Dynamic, iterative process to arrive at final design sensitive to both the content and visitor needs. CAD drawing production, review and red-lining.
Creative Direction - Digital
Ideation, wireframes, and UI/UX design in collaboration with digital media agencies. Hardware specification and testing, along with user testing and prototyping. Web-based and in-gallery experiences, utilizing touchscreens and other input.
Overall project leadership and oversight of distributed, multidisciplinary teams. Coordination and status meetings, in-person and virtually. Scheduling, budget monitoring, task assignment and tracking, procurement, and project manuals.