I've written and designed exhibitions for the Cromarty Courthouse Museum and East Church, Cromarty and have produced exhibitions, leaflets and interpretive panels about HMS Natal and medieval Cromarty.
Come for a day out in Cromarty and see them for yourselves!
I was delighted to do the interpretation for the East Church, Cromarty, working with co-writer, David Alston and designer Iain Sarjeant - who also is a skilled photographer.
We produced subtle interpretation for the church, and the guide book (cover illustrated above right) has had heaps of praise. Very satisfying!
The same team also carried out the the interpretation for the early medieval Nigg cross-slab. One of the finest examples of Pictish carving, the stone has undergone major conservation work and is now redisplayed in a light, modern setting, which shows off the beauty and intricacy of the carving to great effect. It's been a huge privilege to be involved.
The photo (left) is by Alan Whiteford, one of the Nigg Old Church trustees. My short blog has some more details.