Museums and Heritage
My career in museums started in earnest at Royal Museums Greenwich's for three years focusing on the four newest permanent galleries at The National Maritime Museum. Here I developed spaces, interventions and interactives that are remarkable and fun, as well as being grounded in local community's identities, needs and interests.
I am now a freelancer experienced in working with community groups and developing partnerships with diverse audiences, artists and institutions to create incredible outcomes. I am well respected in the sector as pushing museum best practice forward, for example I was chosen by Leicester University and Newcastle University to create content and lessons for MA students around the future of museum engagement, digital practice and community inclusion.
Get in touch if you have a project or are interested in a community lead approach in museums, arts and heritage.
Above consultation with scientists and staff at Cambridge Genome Campus to create a pop-up immersive experience.
Left is an artwork created by artist Eve Shepherd as part of a 3 year project I ran to create busts which showcased underrepresented audiences. The pieces are now installed in the 'Sea Things' gallery.
Right is an image taken aboard a Drua (double hulled canoe) in Fiji whilst recording a soundscape for the 'Pacific Encounters' gallery at The National Maritime Museum.