Audio Visual Design

From 1977 to 1997 Roy Reed worked as a designer and producer of audio visual and multi-media programmes for museums and exhibitions.

He has always enjoyed a wide range of skills that has allowed him to be more than just a producer. As well as the usual creative and organisational skills of a producer, his talents include:

  concept design for exhibition stands

  technical design for audio visual systems

  interactive design using video or computer based programmes


  audio production

Projects where Reed was the major audio visual producer and designer include:

  Wooden Walls at Chatham Historic Dockyard

  The Cutty Sark Whisky Visitors’ Centre

  Carrier at the Fleet Air Arm Museum

  Garrard EuroFighter

  The Guide Heritage Centre

  The Jersey Museum and Jersey Maritime Museum

  Age of Chivalry at the Royal Academy

  The Sellafield Visitors’ Centre

Reed has also worked on projects for a number of other prestigious organisations, including; the Hayward Gallery (Thirties, English Romanesque Art, Homage to Barcelona, Leonardo), the Old Royal Observatory, the Silk Museum, the Forestry Commission (Glasgow Garden Festival), British Aerospace (Farnborough and Paris Airshows) and the Civil Aviation Authority (Farnborough Airshow).