We are a transnational, intercultural team, based in Mexico and New Zealand, with wide experience of working across cultures, languages, countries, and institutions. We have a breadth of academic and practical experience and can work in both English and Spanish.
We are used to working with people from a wide variety of backgrounds, including museum staff and a broad range of practitioners, academics and students. We are also flexible and committed to working with people in the most cost-effective and sustainable ways, such as working remotely using online tools.
We are the authors of the first-ever empirically-grounded, theoretical analysis of international exhibitions and museum diplomacy, Cosmopolitan Ambassadors.
Dr Lee Davidson
has 20 years’ experience as a teacher and researcher at Victoria University of Wellington, where she is part of New Zealand’s leading programme in museum and heritage studies. Her work is firmly grounded in theory and practice and she has built close collaborative relationships with key national and international cultural institutions, particularly the Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa. She is an experienced facilitator of workshops and symposia for museum and heritage professionals and also works as a research consultant for external organisations. She regularly presents at international conferences and has published widely on visitor studies, intercultural practice, museum diplomacy, international exhibitions and heritage tourism.
has 20 years’ experience as a museum professional, researcher and teacher. Currently professor at the Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH) in Mexico, Leticia specializes in international exhibitions and visitor studies in museums and archaeological sites. In this work she draws on her breadth of experience working in Mexico’s leading cultural institutions, both public and private. She regularly teaches in Spain and throughout Latin America, at academic and government levels. She is also a facilitator of workshops for a wide range of museum practitioners. She has been a key player in various initiatives to strengthen museum practice in Latin America, particularly in the area of visitor studies, with several articles published in Spanish.