I really, REALLY love museums.
I’m honored to help cultural institutions quantifiably and financially improve audience engagement in three ways:
Establishment and/or reimagining of tour programs and in-gallery experiences.
Creation of revenue-generating initiatives including corporate team building programs, adult evening events, and “subscription-based” membership models.
Long-term, strategic engagement plans aimed at reaching your institution’s next generation of donors & benefactors.
Previously, I helped build Museum Hack into a million dollar business. In addition to overseeing all science-related programming, I spearheaded the majority of the consulting work with cultural institutions of all stripes, from natural history museums to historic lighthouses to botanic gardens to art museums.
I’ve worked with the American Museum of Natural History, National Academy of Sciences, Monterey Bay Aquarium, National Gallery: London, Denver Botanic Gardens, The Field Museum, Melbourne Zoo, New York Hall of Science, Arizona State University Art Museum, Corning Museum of Glass, Parks Canada, Florida Museum of Natural History, Royal Tyrrell Museum, Canadian Museum of Nature, Australian Museum, Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Fleet Science Center, Science Museum Oklahoma, NYC Parks, Allentown Art Museum, Norfolk Botanical Gardens, The Franklin Institute, Jewish Museum, and the California Academy of Sciences.
I’ve spoken at American Alliance of Museums, Association of Science-Technology Centers, the Canadian Museums Association, Interpretation Australia, Agenda Paris, Museum Connections, the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, the Virginia Association of Museums, the Museum Association of New York, Association for Living History, Farm, and Agricultural Museums — and multiple state, regional, and international tourism conferences.