Principal and Owner
Charles F. Davis, AIA
An architect with background in education, interpretation, and exhibit planning and design, Charles is also an engaging public speaker and workshop facilitator.
Charles received a Masters of Education from Michigan State University, focusing on the education processes that occur in parks, museums, and zoos through interpretation, programs, and exhibits. Over ten years of museum work experience provides Charles with significant hands-on experience planning, developing, and designing interpretive programs and exhibits in a variety of settings.
In addition, Charles holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of Washington. With this architectural understanding, Mr. Davis enriches the EDX Exhibits team with his understanding of building structures, lighting, and mechanical systems.
Ken joined forces with EDX in 2017. He has 23 years of experience envisioning and designing experiential space for a wide variety of museums and has directed the design of dozens of major interpretive and interactive exhibitions.
He is best known for his work for MoPOP, the Museum of Popular Culture (formerly known as Experience Music Project) in Seattle, Washington, including multiple exhibits about contemporary music: Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses, American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music, and the AIGA Award-winning exhibit: Bob Dylan’s American Journey, 1956-1966. Other MoPop exhibits include Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds; Indie Game Revolution; and Can’t Look Away: the Lure of Horror Film.
Ken has also created innovative exhibits for Harley-Davidson Museum, Disney Records, Pacific Science Center, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), and the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
To see samples of Ken’s work visit: http://curiousbeast.org
Julie Nathon Sayigh
Graphic and Exhibit Designer
NAI Certified Interpretive Planner
Sherry L. Smith
Content and Exhibit Developer