Brad Larson

  • What I do, where I work

  • I was Technology Developer at The Children’s Museum in Boston for ten years, from 1988 to 1998. During that time, I focused in particular on ways families interact with technology and with each other in the public space of a major museum.

    Now I consult with museums around the country, developing interactive media for families in exhibits. I’m especially interested in integrating current learning theory (social learning, Constructivist, and multiple intelligences) with new technologies.

    I have a particular focus on recording visitors’ stories (comments and impressions, etc) and adding them to exhibits (via software I’ve developed) and emailing those stories home for post-visit connection.

  • Current position

  • President at Brad Larson Media, Inc.

Earlier positions

  • Technology Developer at Boston Children's Museum

  • Lead Developer at D.C. Heath Educational Publishing

  • Computer Gentils Organisateur at Atari Special Projects/Club Med (long ago!)


  • More about me

  • I’ve installed my StoryKiosk program to record visitors’ stories in a range of museums across the country, including the Museum of Science and Industry (U-505), Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (CSI), Museum of Science Boston, Denver Art Museum, American Visionary Art Museum, and many children’s museums.

Recent publications & presentations

  • The New World of Coca-Cola

    The New World of Coca-Cola


    by Brad Larson Published September 12 2007

    I had a quick hour and a half before catching a cab to the airport, so decided to check out the New World of Coca Cola in downtown Atlanta, three months after opening in its new building. As are many other people in the museum field, I am interested...

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