Interpretation plan for the Gorges du Verdon

Interpretation plan for the Gorges du Verdon

The Gorges du Verdon, in south-east France, is the deepest canyon in Europe. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors, but interpretation and visitor facilities have developed in a piecemeal way. It needed a fresh approach to ensure a high quality, sustainable experience.

Argyll Mausoleum

Argyll Mausoleum

I worked with a team of architects and designers to develop imaginative interpretation for this unique site, which is run by a local community group.

Tweed Rivers
In Places

Tweed Rivers

This six-year programme developed interpretation at over twenty sites in the catchment of the River Tweed. As interpretation manager, I coordinated a mix of conventional interpretation, arts commissions and publications.

Flow to the Future

Flow to the Future

The Flow Country, a huge area of blanket bog in the far north-east of Scotland, can claim to be Britain’s last wilderness. This major study looked at how to give people throughout Scotland a taste of this epic landscape.

Berwick-upon-Tweed interpretation

Berwick-upon-Tweed interpretation

This small town has a rich but often overlooked heritage. I developed an interpretation plan and several projects to bring it to life.

Burn o’Vat visitor centre

Burn o’Vat visitor centre

A fresh new look for this National Nature Reserve visitor centre. The exhibition includes a set of temporary displays that can be changed each season.

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