Qualifications: BA (Hons) Design Arts, 1996
Position: Senior Consultant
Beth is a designer, illustrator and project manager with seventeen years’ experience designing and managing interpretation developments for WWT’s nine UK wetland centres. During the past decade she has managed over 30 large scale interpretation projects in her role as Senior Projects Officer for WWT’s Wetland Experience and Creation team.
Her exhibits work to enhance the ‘day out’ experience for a range of visitor segments. She has the capacity to deliver projects from concept to completion, liaising with key stakeholders to achieve best practice results. Her sensitivity to material and treatment choice lead to attractive, engaging and well designed interpretation spaces.
Relevant projects with WWT Consulting include the production of illustrations for the Ecosystem Gallery at the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Centre, Kuwait and the design of International Environmental Education material for Madagascar.
Beth’s most innovative WWT projects include Wild Walk and Secret Swamp adventure trails at Martin Mere and Castle Espie, themed immersive soft play spaces for Castle Espie and Slimbridge, magnetic maps for London and Washington and site specific heritage interpretation exhibits for Martin Mere and Castle Espie. She has produced concept designs for a new visitor centre for Devon Wildlife Trust, and worked as an artist for Bristol Record Office as part of Archives Awareness Month, alongside undertaking a range of projects with Bristol City Council. Her WWT Martin Mere Harrier Hide interpretation was shortlisted for the Museum and Heritage Award for Excellence.