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Aberglasney Gardens, Llandeilo, South Wales (1999 - 2000)

  • Education programme and space planning

Abernethy Old Kirk, Nethy Bridge/Cairngorms National Park Authority(2011 - 2012)

Applecross, Scottish Highlands (2010- 2011)

  • Community interpretive planning

Bavay, France (2015 - date)

  • planning for major WWI interpretive event to commemorate Armistice

British Waterways, now Waterways England and Waterways Scotland (Regents Canal, Forth & Clyde Canal, Union Canal, Grand Union Canal, Caledonian Canal, Birmingham Canals network - 2001 - 2010+)

  • Community engagement project Harry's Cut/Working Boats Project [Interpret Britain Award 2003, Caliba award for Interpretation 2003]: community consultation, live interpretation/loan boxes/resource pack/INSET days
    Return to the Regents Project: live interpretation/community theatre
  • Great Glen Ways Initiative (see below, separate entry)
  • Brecon Gateway Project (community theatre, sculpture, panels) evaluation
  • Wild over Waterways resource material for schools and associated INSETs (Caledonian Canal and Forth & Clyde/Union Canals)
  • Great Caledonian Canal Brainstorm Loan Kits (Caledonian Canal)
  • Piling Rig project (research and panel production)
  • Forth & Clyde canal interpretation (see below, separate entry under West Dumbarton Council)
  • Client representation on partnership projects
  • Copywriting for awards submissions

Boat of Garten Community Garden/Cairngorms National Park Authority, Highland (2008 - 2009)

  • Research and planning of interpretive benches and interpretive panel

Central Scotland Forest Trust (2011)

  • Furnace Lade & Carron Dams interpretive planning

Commonwealth War Graves Commission (Crete, Zehrensdorf (Germany), Arras (France), Arnhem (Netherlands) 2006 - 2008)

  • Interpretive planning, panel research and production

CHNTO (Cultural Heritage National Training Organisation - 2001 - 2002)

  • Report on Museums Sector Skills Shortfall

The Crannog Centre, Perthshire (2008)

  • Live interpretation training

Dalwhinnie Community Council, Scottish Highlands (2010 - 2011)

English Heritage (2003)

  • Production of maths-related resources for Belsay in Northumbria

Forestry Commission Scotland (Moray, Aberdeenshire, Strathdon, Head Office 2006 - 2012)

  •  Client representation on small-scale interpretive projects and partnership projects
  •  Audit and report on forest access, Aberdeen Forest District
  •  Huntly Peregrine Wildwatch
  • Culbin (partnership project with RSPB): interpretive planning, benches, poetry, signage, map, leaflet, website  at
  • Dunoon Forestry Commission Scotland website

Great Glen Ways Initiative, Highland (2002 - 2011)

  •  Client representation for British Waterways and FCS
  •  Attendance at project meetings
  •  Leaflet design
  •  Interviewing of project officers
  •  Editing of interpretive text destined for interpretive panels
  • Revision of Great Glen Ways Style Guide

Hartlepool Council (2007)

  • Evaluation, community theatre/live interpretation project

Highland Council (2009 - 2014)

  • Scoping the 'scarp' project, Inverness
  • My heart's in the Highlands Homecoming project (with Rowan Tree Consulting) - social media and app development
  • Ballachulish Slate Quarry (with Rowan Tree Consulting) - interpretive audio and app development, community engagement

Highland Museum of Childhood, Highland (2005 - 2007)

  •  HLF bid input, including writing an interpretive plan and commissioning an audience development plan and conservation management plan

Historic Scotland, Lothian (2010 - 2011)

  • Interpretive evaluation, Linlithgow Palace

Kirkmichael Trust, Highland (2016 - 2017)

  • project management of award-winning historic kirk restoration

Maths Year 2000 (2000)

  • Research & writing for nationally circulated publication promoting the use of maths in museums

Merkinch Partnership, Inverness, Highland (2008 - 2011)

  • Community interpretive plan, including a community mapping exercise
  • Old Ferry Ticket Office usage report

Museums and Galleries Education Programme (2002)

  •  report on pioneering museum education funding programme outputs

The Museum of London/Museum in Docklands (2007)

  • evaluation of 'Golden Bird from Over the Sea', on-site participative drama for children with moderate to severe learning difficulties

The Museums Association (2003 - date)

  •  numerous conference and workshop presentation slots

The National Trust (Learning and Interpretation - 1999 - 2011)

  •  project management of open air audio-tour for Runnymede
  • feasibility study for Devil's Punch Bowl Cafe
  • evaluation of Mud, Mulch and Marigolds (national touring environmental open air theatre)
  • training programme development for Chirk and Hardwick Hall (changing communication of redevelopment works)

Rochdale Museum & Art Gallery (2001)

  •  advisory report for an interpretive project which had lost its project officer

Royal Armouries, Leeds and Fort Nelson, Portsmouth (2005 - 2008)

  • three separate evaluation reports for the Flashpoint Programme, week-long museum drama workshops for children identified as under-achieving

Royal Commission for Ancient and Historical Monuments Scotland (2008)

  •  evaluation of 'Scotland's Rural Past' project for year 1

Royal Geographical Society, London (2006)

  • live interpretive drama based on the work of Herbert Ponting, photographer to Scott's final expedition to the Antarctic, and the success of its science in the face of tragedy

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum, Edinburgh Castle (2006)

  • Learning plan
  • Evaluation

RSPB (Culbin in Moray, Forsinard in Sutherland 2007 - 2010)

  • see Forestry Commission Scotland above
  • Forsinard Flows interpretive visitor centre exhibition
  • Udale Bay Nature Reserve, audio and interactive website, artist-led interpretation

Scottish Natural Heritage 2013

  • Staff mentoring

Skills Building for the Future (Museums Training Programme, Highland 2006 - 2008)

  • numerous training courses for museum staff/volunteers including: handling collections, live interpretation, interpretve planning, education planning

Southampton Council (1999)

  • evaluation of live interpretation programme (Violet Jessop, who survived the Titanic and a second shipwreck)

South West Museums Council (2000)

  • training course in interpretive planning

Universite d'Artois, Pas-de-Calais, France (2000)

  •  lecturing in heritage management (undergraduate level)

University of Buckingham (2000)

  • lecturing in heritage interpretation (undergraduate level)

University of Manchester (2001 - 2009)

  • advisory board membership for 'performance, learning and heritage' research project (2002 - 2009)

West Dunbartonshire Council (2008 - 2009)

  • interpretive panels and sculptures

Woodland Trust Scotland (2009 to date)

  • community engagement planning
  • implementation of planning
  • digital training programme

Wycombe District Council (1999)

  •  evaluation of interpretive playscheme

Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (2006 - 2007)

  • full audit of static interpretation in park


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