Lyn Henley has over thirty years of experience in the planning and design of awardwinning museums, interactive multimedia programs, World Exposition Pavilions and visitor centers, with budgets from $20,000 to $60 million.
Lyn’s expertise encompasses all relevant disciplines for successful interpretive planning and design: environmental design, content research, interpretive writing and scripting, graphic and interface design, audiovisual production, computer programming, production, fabrication, installation, testing and evaluation. Past projects include the EPCOT Living Seas Pavilion, Visitor Centers at Mount St. Helens National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, California State Railroad Museum, IBM Corporation’s Illuminated Books and Manuscripts multimedia series.
Bachelor of Environmental Science, with Honors, State University of New York at Purchase Interpretive Planning Credential, National Association for Interpretation
Member, American Association of Museums
Member, Western Museums Association