A.Bronwyn Llewellyn

  • What I do, where I work

  • Self-employed writer, editor, researcher for museum exhibitions and books. I work anywhere there’s an Internet connection—in 2008 that included Sunnyvale, California; Cashiers, North Carolina; Lake City, Colorado; and Svoronata on the island of Kefalonia in Greece.


  • Editor/writer at The Tech Museum of Innovation

  • Researcher/writer at Independent Exhibitions

  • Researcher/writer/exhibit developer at Eisterhold Associates

  • Curatorial Assistant at Kansas City Museum

  • Conservation Technician at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

  • More about me

  • If one word characterizes my work during the past decade, it would have to be “variety.” I have worked on exhibits about skyscrapers, Hudson Bay, infectious diseases, communication, and poisonous animals for the Liberty Science Center; the gold rush and western history for the Sacramento Discovery Museum; the music of Dave Brubeck for the University of the Pacific; space, high technology, and the Internet for The Tech Museum; ancient Chinese astronomy for the Chabot Space and Science Center; and the Vietnam War for the Oakland Museum; to name but a few. In addition to writing books on green jobs, horses, and interior decorating, I helped develop the online QUEST Explorations for KQED radio and “doctored” manuscripts for other authors.

Recent publications & presentations

  • "Green Jobs: A Guide to Eco-Friendly Employment."   Adams Media

    April 2008

  • "The Everything Career Tests Book."   Adams Media