I call myself a digital producer because content and build are inseparable on digital projects. Bringing them together in creative and usable ways is what I am good at. I have delivered many digital projects including web and exhibition-based exhibits, films, animations and games; from writing scopes and preparing shortlists through to going live.
I am currently working on digital things for the Crick Institute, Society of Antiquaries, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and Jersey Heritage. I just finished working for the Natural History Museum on their new exhibition: Fantastic Beasts™ The Wonder of Nature. I worked on their Whales and Venom exhibitions, too, producing films, animations and immersive installations. I also produced all the films for the recent exhibitions Cars: Accelerating the Modern World and FOOD: Bigger than the Plate at the V&A.
I have been making digital things for over 20 years, including the Museum of Savage Beauty website for the V&A’s Alexander McQueen exhibition and Digital Stories for the Wellcome Trust. I’ve also worked for the Science Museum, National Maritime Museum, Channel 4, Nottingham Castle Trust and the Imperial War Museum, amongst others.