At both the 2014 and 2005 Worldcons Stephen chaired sessions and contributed to panels. Subjects included predicting future technological developments and the possibilities for alien life.
Stephen researched and wrote five chapters for an Ellen Macarthur Foundation publication for the Institute of Mechanical Engineers outlining key aspects of a sustainable, circular economy. Chapters covered additive manufacturing and 3D printing, remanufacturing, industrial recycling, sustainable packaging and energy … Continue reading
Aramco Power Systems commissioned a touring exhibition to promote energy efficiency and the use of renewables within their company and wider society. They appointed KCA London to develop the project to scheme design who appointed Stephen to define and lead … Continue reading
Atturaif was the ruling district at the heart of the grand and influential mud brick city of Addiriyah. After standing for over 600 years, it was destroyed in 1818 following an Ottoman siege. The extensive ruins of Atturaif can still … Continue reading
Alan Turing (1912–1954) was one of the sharpest minds of the 20th century and a man pivotal in the development of computers, artificial intelligence and the code breaking which helped the Allies win World War II. Stephen developed an exhibition … Continue reading
Stephen worked with Cultural Innovations to develop exhibit briefs for this landmark project opening in 2012. Galleries encourages creativity and exploration for children and families and include: Me, covering genes, body, emotions and social interaction I Travel which encourages understanding between … Continue reading
Editing leaflets and publications for sense, accuracy and to conform to the house style.
Stephen developed the Children’s Activity Guide to accompany this exhibition which explores science and technology in the Muslim Golden Age. The guide includes fun activities to explore at home. Stephen worked with Rebecca Mileham on this project for 1001 Inventions.
Stephen was commissioned by Frommer’s Unlimited to write the Osaka entry for the Air New Zealand website.
Stephen has been exploring opportunities for interaction at the Monster Supplies Shop. The Shop is run by the Ministry of Stories as a narrative front end for their workshops engaging children in storytelling and encouraging literacy.