The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum plays a critical role in the Jackson Hole community and Greater Yellowstone. In addition to collecting, preserving and exploring the past, the museum supports educational programs and research that focuses on archaeology and the history of the Native American presence in the Intermountain West. In 2019, I did a lot of work for the non-profit, most notably working for their Special Election campaign to create a "Home for History" and build a new headquarters and museum in the town of Jackson. This included branding for the campaign which appeared on stickers, door hangs, fliers and the like. I also worked on project in the existing museum to design a large wall exhibit highlighting 19th century Women Writers in the West, which is included in the photos below. The video directly below is a small sample of the storysite we put together following said exhibit.