I have done cutting edge work in public engagement with science (including the delivery of Science Gallery London’s MOUTHY season, an innovative programme of art-science collaborations), delivered established practice confidently and to a high standard (such as BBC’s World Health Check, a global health programme) and have applied principles of good emerging practice in traditional institutions (bringing the late-night opening ‘Lates’ model to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) with success. Below is more detail about a selection of past projects.
Projects and roles
Leading on strategic direction and development of engagement activities
Produced a public program and assisted with the delivery of an exhibition for Science Gallery Melbourne’s first pop-up season.
Coordinated and delivered a season of art-science collaborations in pop-up locations around London Bridge.
Produced video and written content and presenter briefings for live segments covering global public health
Leading on the annual orchids festival, including overseeing all content and delivering an innovative public program
Produced a month long UK wide tour that engaged young adult and family audiences with scientific content
A collaboration between professional designers and science communicators
Produced and directed a short film that profiled Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore,
Co-produced a short fiction film inspired by a William Boyd short story
Researched and developed content suitable for a range of channels and formats
Strategy, content production and project management for factual engagement activities