Ann C. Clausen, Principal
Interpretive Planner | Download Resume
The IS interpretation planning team is lead by Ann C. Clausen. She works closely with IS interpretive and research team members to provide a cohesive approach to telling a client’s stories. She is responsible for establishing a hierarchy of interpretive themes that will communicate the significance of the client’s holdings, and for articulating links with national, regional and local thematic concepts. She assesses interpretive programming opportunities, recommends interpretive strategies, and is responsible for execution of interpretive work tasks by team members. She is involved with all feasibility studies to determine appropriateness of exhibit space allocations and assignment of resources, whether for museum exhibits, wayside signage projects or cultural heritage regions. Finally, she scripts the copy for exhibit labels, wayside signage, and audio tours, including specifying appropriate objects and graphics to support the client’s story. Ann has a master’s in Anthropology, with a specialization in museum studies, from the University of Arizona.
Peter Dajevskis, Principal
Project and Logistics Planner | Download Resume
As principal-in-charge of contract administration, Peter Dajevskis oversees projects and maintains liaisons with the client and other team members through all phases of a project. His responsibilities include strategic planning for interpretive signage master planning, exhibit programming and coordination of interpreters and scholars with members of allied disciplines such as graphic designers, landscape architects or project architects. He is also responsible for estimating, project oversight and owner representation during the exhibit fabrication, installation and client operational training phases for IS museum projects. Peter holds graduate degrees in Urban Planning and Anthropology from the University of Arizona.
Digital Media Associate
Vid worked with Interpretive Solutions to produce oral history documentation for Thornbury Township in Delaware County, PA, visitor orientation videos for Widener University’s PMC Museum and historical documentation for the Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway’s National Water Trail, which is in its development phases.