Meaning-led sensory experience for museums, marketing, events, retail
My name is Jay Harris and I create sensory experiences and interactions designed to turn brands, ideas and stories into physical spaces.
People will invest more in your brand, service, museum or event if they can relate to it. To help people relate to your product or service you need to create an environment that grabs their attention and keeps it even after they have left your event or environment. This is done through appealing to their senses as well as creating interactions and story that are meaningful to them.
To illustrate my ideas in your mind a little more, I find experiences like Dennis Servers' House and Secret Cinema very inspiring as well as what's going on in the 'escape room' industry.
I will help you bring creative, testable solutions to life that engage your customers in this way.
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Heritage, Retail, Theatre, Events
My work has taken me to groundbreaking children's theatre with Tea Dance For Little People in London, forward-thinking independent museums such as Pendon Museum and the cultural giant that is the National Trust nationwide.
Along the way I have composed music for the Dreamland and Flamingoland theme parks; created sensory and interactive experiences for cafes and created sound design for indie film-makers.
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Learn more about my work and ideas.
I have kept a blog for a number of years now. Within it's voluminous archives you can even plot a course from my early ideas to where I am now... although I'm sure you don't have that much time on your hands...
These days, I still talk about my ideas but I also write about the projects I'm involved in as well as ideas that I hope you can make use of.