David Whitemyer, Adjunct Faculty
David Whitemyer is a licensed architect with more than twenty years experience in museum exhibition design and project management. He is the Director of Experience Design at Boston Productions (BPI), a company specialized in immersive media exhibits, interactive AV experiences, and museum planning. He served as a Senior Associate at Brent Johnson Design, and as the Director of Production at Christopher Chadbourne and Associates, both Boston-area exhibit design firms. Mr. Whitemyer has held the role of Project Manager for the development and construction of exhibits at numerous institutions, including the National Museum of the Marine Corps, the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, and the National Museum of the United States Army. He has spoken at conferences about “green” exhibitions and about the use of building information modeling (BIM) in exhibit design.
Mr. Whitemyer’s writing has been published by the National Association of Museum Exhibitors, Harvard Management Update, Iowa Architect, PM Career Track, and the International Interior Design Association. He currently serves as regular contributing writer for PSMJ Resources, an advisor and publisher of architecture and engineering management content. He has taught at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Mr. Whitemyer received his Bachelor of Architecture from Iowa State University.