Current clients include:

V&A Museum of Design, Dundee – Interactive exhibit development

National Trust, Cragside House – Learning programme on electricity

Aberdeen Performing Arts – Aberdeen Music Hall transformation, Interpretation Project Manager

Historic Environment Scotland – Interactive interpretation consultancy contract

Glasgow Museums, Burrell Renaissance Project – Interactive exhibits consultancy

University of Edinburgh – Module on Museums and Informal Learning for MSc Science Communication course

The Wellcome Trust – Public Engagement grants mentor, Inspiring Science Fund evaluation, Grant peer reviewer.

National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE)

Previous Clients (Alphabetically):

Catrine Community Trust – Community Education and Interpretation Centre – Blog post

Edinburgh International Science Festival – Project Manager: InMotion – Blog post

Event Communications Ltd. – Freelance Exhibition Development

Festivals Edinburgh

Global Renewables

Kielder Water and Forest – Dark Sky exhibition (with Abound-Design) – Blog post

Museum of Abernethy – Visitor experience consultancy

National Mining Museum, Scotland – 2012: Project Manager: Engineering Scotland’s Energy Future – Blog post and 2013: Science Communication and Facilitation training.

National Museum of Scotland – 2016: Science and Technology gallery interactive exhibits – Blog post

National Museum of Scotland – 2011: Interactive Displays Manager – Blog Posts: Digital, Film, Hands-on.

Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh – Interpretation Strategy – Blog post

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – Temperate House project, successful HLF application – Blog post

Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, Visitor Centre – Blog post

SAMS – Scottish Ocean Explorer Centre

Science Museum, London – Contemporary Science Exhibitions

Thackray Medical Museum – Interpretation Plan for successful HLF application

Visitor Studies Group – Group Administrator


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