About

Bruce Wyman

bruce_wyman_picBruce Wyman has spent much of the last two decades doing museum work focusing on technology strategy and implementation, exhibit design, content development, user experience and interface design, special technology projects, and Internet development. He has consulted for a diverse range of clients both in content and scale, constantly pushing for innovation and quality experience throughout the museum and cultural heritage (MACH) sector.

Before returning to independent consulting, Bruce Wyman was at Second Story Interactive Studios as Director of Creative Development. As a key member of the studio’s leadership team, he provided strategy, vision, and leadership for the studio‚Äôs creative output while directly leading and influencing a number of key projects for the studio. The position established new initiatives and creative directions,along with providing leadership to oversee the efficient, collaborative execution of the interaction design development processes.

Previously, Bruce was Director Technology at the Denver Art Museum, overseeing all of the technology of the museum including award winning new media and gallery experiences, infrastructure, and business systems. Prior to Denver, he worked at Nearlife, Inc., an MIT Media Lab spinoff located in Cambridge, MA as Director of Creative Development. There, as part of the core development and management team, Bruce worked on and led a number of technology based experiences that pushed boundaries on-air (Emmy-nominated), on-line, and in-gallery. Bruce started out his museum career at the New England Aquarium in a variety of roles, starting out as a marine biologist and eventually leaving as the Curator of Interactive Technology.