Geoff Nunn

  • What I do, where I work

  • As the Adjunct Curator for Space History at The Museum of Flight, Geoff Nunn leads the museum’s efforts to tell the story of the first 50 years of human spaceflight and beyond.

    Geoff holds a master’s degree in museology from the University of Washington. He has nearly 10 years of experience working in science and technology museums as an educator and exhibit developer.

  • Current position

    • Exhibit Developer at The Museum of Flight

    • Adjunct Curator for Space History at The Museum of Flight

Earlier positions

  • Exhibit Developer & Installer at Freelance

  • Support Lead, Aerospace Camp Experience at The Museum of Flight

  • Interpretive Operations Lead / Exhibit Installer at Pacific Science Center

  • Science Interpreter II at Pacific Science Center

  • Exhibits Intern at Pacific Science Center

  • Visitor Services Representative at Pacific Science Center


Recent publications & presentations

  • "Rethinking Museum Collections."   Rethinking Museums: An Interdisciplinary Academic Conference (Proceedings)

    May 2007

  • "The Next Giant Leap: The Future of America's Manned Space Program."   Aloft

    September 2011

  • "A Visit to the FFT."   Aloft

    July 2011

  • Talk-back Boards: What works?

    Talk-back Boards: What works?


    by Geoff Nunn on June 30, 2014

    The Museum of Flight would like to install a couple of talk-back boards in the new space exhibit we are developing. The boards would allow visitors to share their thoughts on whether they think space...

  • Talk-back Station Solution?

    Talk-back Station Solution?


    by Geoff Nunn on August 20, 2015

    I was wondering if anyone can recommend software for creating digital talkback stations similar to this one created at the Gates Foundation visitor center. I spoke with some folks involved in this...