Curating a 360° Holocaust memorial exhibition
A project to help a historical research charity innovate their digital presence by transforming disparate 2d content (images, text, video) into an immersive 360° 'virtual exhibition'. The project focused specifically on first-hand witness testimony of Nazi genocide during WWII, combining a video interview with a photo gallery and contextual information to produce a powerful digital experience. In my role as project co-ordinator I liaised with the client, Yahad-in Unum, as well as with the graphic designer/videographer working on the content itself. I was responsible for all communication with the content creator (ensuring he had the necessary assets etc.) , as well as for oversight of the project on behalf of the client (producing progress reports, discussing timeline/implementation strategy and so on).