Bachelor of Design. 1st Class Hons. (Interior and Exhibition)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Furniture Design and Photography)
Senior Exhibition Designer
Dee joined Arterial as a Senior Exhibition Designer following her time working with ACMI and DreamWorks Animation in Los Angeles to develop and design a temporary and internationally travelling exhibition featuring over 400 items including immersive and interactive digital experiences, interviews, models and original artworks.
Prior to this she worked with the National Gallery of Victoria on developing interactive exhibitions and activities for the NGV Kids Program, engaging children in art and encouraging them to visit the gallery more regularly. She has also worked as a senior designer on the $30mil redevelopment at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery where she was responsible for developing an overall exhibition design vision for the 2000 sq m of exhibition space. TMAG has since won various design awards and visitation rate has exceeded all targets.
Dee’s particular skill is in developing creative solutions to spatial challenges. She has a great aptitude with colour, creative concepts and integrating digital experiences into the visitor experience. She enjoys leading teams and liaising with various stakeholders to successfully respond to client briefs. At Arterial, Dee is currently leading the design development of the Karawatha Discovery Centre in Queensland and the upgrade of the World Heritage Exhibition Centre in Mount Tomah, New South Wales.