He Tohu - Document Tables 

He Tohu is a new permanent exhibition of three iconic constitutional documents that shape Aotearoa New Zealand. Click Suite had the privilege of creating the digital interactives for this important exhibition. I led design on the document tables - three large 4k touchscreens that let users explore Te Tiriti, the Women's Suffrage Petition, and He Whakaputanga.


He Tohu - The Map Table

He Tohu is a new permanent exhibition of three iconic constitutional documents that shape Aotearoa New Zealand. Click Suite had the privilege of creating the digital interactives for this important exhibition. The map table is my highlight; a projection-mapped relief table of New Zealand that tells various important stories of New Zealand history.


Te Papa Bug Lab - Fireflies

Click Suite was tasked with creating a memorable digital experience for both the entry and exit of the Bug Lab exhibition at Te Papa. The result is this motion-tracked video wall, where swarms of fireflies follow the visitor.


Te Papa Gallipoli - Exposed Wounds

Click Suite worked with the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, alongside Weta Workshop, to create two digital pieces for the Gallipoli: The Scale of our War exhibition. This one has the visitor select from a handful of WW1 weapon types to see their visceral, brutal effects on the human body - in slow motion on a life-sized, anatomically accurate x-ray of a soldier. Real-life medical case notes are then presented. I was responsible for design and post-production.


Other interactive experiences

Over the years at Click Suite I’ve worked on many more interesting interactive experiences. Future City is a huge interactive experience created by Click Suite for the Scienceworks musem in Melbourne; a six-meter high wall is the canvas for a game where visitors are challenged to create a smart, sustainable, livable city of the future. Hiko at Mataatua Wharenui is a projection-mapped lightshow inside a 19th century wharenui that had only just been returned to Ngati Awa after 130 years.