These are but a few of the various projects I have worked on over the years. Some of these were in a team environment and others on my own.

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The goal with this project inside the Hands On Science Museum in Downtown Birmingham, AL was to create a space that fostered a love of tinkering and questioning how things worked. A very Rube Goldberg Inspired environment.

My favorite exhibit project
My favorite exhibit project

While one of the most arduous exhibit projects to work on due to space constraints its still stands as one of my favorites.

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Exhibit Floorplan
Exhibit Floorplan

Brian Parson and I spent several days working to create a flow that allowed for the scale of these exhibits while keeping specimens safe and allowing for ADA access.

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Robb Photos - 01.jpg

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My favorite exhibit project
My favorite exhibit project

While one of the most arduous exhibit projects to work on due to space constraints its still stands as one of my favorites.

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One of my most favorite projects ever. This one took about 6 months of planning and fabrication and about two weeks for installation.

Elastic Sugery Interactive
Elastic Sugery Interactive

This Software created by artist Ed Tannenbaum was incorporated into an exhibit designed by myself and Brian Parson. This large graphic of the artist was a Lenticular graphic I created so it moved and morphed as you walked by it. The upper title lettering was cut in foam and was not only raised but had contours.

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Elastic Surgery
Elastic Surgery

This exhibit utilized colorful and contrasting laminate finishes with some precision cut inlays.

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FOX6weatherstation
FOX6weatherstation

A green screen with a side monitor gives visitors a chance to experience being a weather personality. The exhibit was sponsored by local FOX affiliate station WBRC.

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Elastic Sugery Interactive
Elastic Sugery Interactive

This Software created by artist Ed Tannenbaum was incorporated into an exhibit designed by myself and Brian Parson. This large graphic of the artist was a Lenticular graphic I created so it moved and morphed as you walked by it. The upper title lettering was cut in foam and was not only raised but had contours.

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A collection of exhibits created in about 3 months that ranged across a variety of hands-on leaning topics.