An experienced designer with specialist knowledge in heritage and museum projects, Emma takes a people-orientated approach to her work to ensure that the visitor experience always achieves its goals and objectives.
Emma works alongside multidisciplinary teams to create inspiring and operationally robust exhibitions and environments. A hands-on designer, Emma takes a people orientated approach to ensure visitor experiences achieve their outcomes and objectives. Emma works across the full lifespan of the design journey from the production of concepts, design development drawings, high quality computer- generated models and rendered visuals, to site installation design management.
Following completion of an HND course at Worcester College, Emma worked in the commercial exhibition sector before being accepted at the University of Lincoln on a BA Exhibition and Museum Design course. Today, Emma is a highly experience exhibition designer with specialist knowledge in heritage projects, including the Hands on History exhibition for Royal Armouries and Historic Royal Palaces located in the White Tower at the Tower of London, Firing Line Military museum at Cardiff Castle and ‘Chedworth Roman Villa’ for The National Trust. Emma has completed the ‘Real Tennis’ exhibition for the Historic Royal Palaces at Hampton Court along with ‘Fashion Rules’ exhibition at Kensington Palace and has undertaken various high end private residential fit outs in central London.
Emma has in-depth experience of working in the Middle East. This includes interactive galleries for the Massar Discovery Centre in Syria, Mishkat Interactive Center and the development of four new museums in Kuwait. She is currently working with KCA to develop four themed programming spaces for the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum.