Exhibit Developer / Adjunct Curator for Space History, Museum of Flight
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 (museum studies) from the University of Washington and has spent the past decade working in science and technology museums as an educator, exhibit developer, and curator. Geoff is responsible for conducting the primary research and exhibit writing for all the museum's space-related exhibits. He also serves as a liaison with space industry groups. Geoff represents The Museum of Flight as part of NASA’s Museum Alliance, the Commercial Spaceflight Federation, the Washington State Space Coalition, and the U.S.-Japan Space Forum. Geoff has presented on the Museum’s efforts to tell the story of space at conferences nationwide, and also regularly writes about space-related topics for Aloft magazine.