Creek Run waterfall and stream. Visitors experiment with moving water.
Fernbank Museum had a 10 acre "back yard" that was to be turned into a woodland exhibition space, but without harming the trees, plants and wildlife in the process.
I worked with our executive VP as the owner representative to direct and approve the designs and production means and methods. The entire project was under the umbrella of having a "light touch" on the landscape. The process took over three years, but the result was the award-winning Wildwoods outdoor exhibition.
Simply put, Fernbank's executive staff told me that the project would have been impossible without my involvement.