Catherine Morton: Project Portfolio


Through her work in Museums and cultural institutions, exhibition design agencies and as a freelance consultant, Catherine's portfolio includes a wide range of projects, from museums, historic houses and cathedrals to brand experiences and visitor attractions. Many projects have involved working with clients to obtain HLF funding.

Museums

Brooklands Museum: Brooklands Re-engineered (RAA project,  opened 2017) 

Cyprus Medieval Museum, Cyprus (All Things project, in development)

Horniman Museum, London, UK

Local Archaeological Museum of Kourion, Cyprus (All Things project, in development)

Local Archaeological Museum of Palaipafos, Cyprus (All Things project, in development)

Manchester Jewish Museum, Manchester, UK: redevelopment and extension (freelance with All Things, in development)

Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, UK: Manchester Science Gallery

Natural History Museum, London, UK

National Maritime Museum, London, UK: Time Galleries, Royal Observatory (freelance for TGA, 2005)

National Museums of Scotland: Cats… The Ultimate Predators temporary gallery (freelance for JCA, 2004)

National Railway Museum, York, UK: The Great Hall HLF Proposal (RAA project, 2008-10)

Plymouth History Centre, UK: Interpretative Design Brief (RAA project, 2014)

Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, UK (RAA project, opened 2011)

Heritage Attractions

Bevis Marks synagogue, City of London (Skellon Studio project, in development)

Gunnersbury Park and Museum, Brentford, London (Ealing and Hounslow Council project, opened 2018)

Lincoln Castle, UK (RAA project, opened 2015)

Pitzhanger Manor, Ealing, UK (RAA project, due to open 2018)

St Paul’s Cathedral, London: Oculus (RAA project, opened 2010)

The Vyne: Lifting the Lid, Basingstoke (National Trust project, in association with Skellon Studio; 2017-2018)

Yr Ysgwrn, Snowdonia, UK: Interpretive HLF proposal (RAA project, 2014 - project opened 2017)

Visitor Attractions

At-Bristol, Wildwalk At-Bristol (at-Bristol Project, opened 2000)

Louisville Science Centre, Kentucky, USA, The World Around Us (WOED project, opened 2005)

Las Vegas Springs Preserve (WOED project, opened 2007)

Old Ford Stamping Plant Cultural Centre Feasibility Study, Dagenham, East London (RAA project, in development)

The Deep Aquarium, Hull: 

  • Permanent interpretation (JCA project, opened 2002)

  • The Twilight Zone, temporary exhibition (freelance for JCA, 2005)

Brand Experiences

Carlsberg Brewhouse, experience masterplan (RAA project)

Parks

Walpole Park, Ealing, UK (RAA project, opened 2014)

Gunnersbury Park, Brentford, London (Ealing and Hounslow Council project, in development)

Art Galleries and Installations

Interpretation for Dazzle Ship - London, UK (14-18 NOW project, opened 2015), with further 14-18 NOW collaborations in development

Other Writing Projects

Featured articles for MuseumINSIDER (ongoing) 

MuseumINSIDER Looking Ahead 2016-2022: Handbook of Future UK and Ireland Museum and Heritage Projects, market research book published by MuseumINSIDER

MuseumINSIDER Looking Ahead 2018-2024: Handbook of Future UK and Ireland Museum and Heritage Projects, market research book published by MuseumINSIDER


Key: JCA: John Csaky Associates; NHM: Natural History Museum; TGA: Tim Gardom Associates; RAA: Ralph Appelbaum Associates; WOED: West Office Exhibition Design