Wayland Design

Annie Hayes

100 Main Street
Delhi, NY 13753
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M-F 9-5 EST
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AH:BFA; WK:MA,MFA (U of Iowa)
Statement of Work: 
Our firm offers exhibition design, fabrication and installation services, as well as design of exhibition peripherals for publication and design and implementation of exhibit interactives. We listen, adapt and design responsively in creative, innovative ways to clarify and strengthen our clients’ institutional goals. Recent notable exhibitions include a wayside exhibit for the Town of Narrowsburg, NY (a NYS Scenic Byways project), The Underground Railroad in Albany (an interpretive exhibit installed within the existing visitors center exhibit at the Albany Visitors Center), The Saratoga Seigefield in Schuylersville, NY (a Revolutionary War Heritage Trail Exhibit), the D&H Canal Project for Sullivan County (wayside exhibit), Native New Yorkers Hall of Fame, an exhibit about Route 17, Why Oneonta? at The National Soccer Hall of Fame, Historic Cherry Hill, The Freightmaster’s House at Catskill Point, as well as Look in the Mirror: Clothing and Identity for the Upstate History Alliance, Black River Park series of nature trail kiosks, and an interactive viewing stand for Cedar Grove, the home of Thomas Cole. Creative Team: Annie Hayes, principle designer, Susan Hillstrom, research/writing, Fred Harris, research and interactive components, Kevin and Patrick Sullivan, installation specialists, museum furniture fabricators, Drew Harty, contemporary photography and videography.
Client List: 
Sullivan County, NY, Albany Visitors Center, Albany, NY, Historic Cherry Hill, Albany, NY, The National Soccer Hall of Fame, Oneonta, NY, Revolutionary War Heritage Trail, Schuylersville, NY, The Upstate History Alliance, Oneonta, NY, Historic Catskill, Catskill, NY, Riverhill, Treadwell, NY, Black River Park, Morristown, NJ
Design | Photography | Fabrication | Installation | Videography
Graphic Design | Photography | Writing