Luci Creative announces the addition of Whitney Hines as Senior Project Manager to its team. Whitney joins Luci Creative having spent the last several years working in museum exhibit fabrication.
Hines began her career in hospitality management in New Orleans, soon jumping into directing and executing live event experiences, including the Super Bowl L and Essence Fest. She took her strength of creating order out of a million moving parts with events, and jumped feet first into museum design and fabrication management.
Over the past few years Hines has worked with several museums on major projects such as Arsenal of Democracy at the National World War II Museum, the Be Washington exhibit at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, the 14,000 square-foot Mississippi Arts & Entertainment Experience, and wayfinding and interactive development at the Mississippi Aquarium. She was also a lead project manager on the Thea and MUSE award-winning Sazerac House experience in New Orleans.
As a Senior Project Manager, Hines will be responsible for the leading the planning and execution of Luci projects, working closely with our creative team, clients, and partners to ensure successful project realization.
Of Whitney’s arrival, CEO & Partner AJ Goehle says “We could not be more thrilled to have Whitney join Luci Creative. She will be essential in the growth of our team, ensuring that we are effectively supporting our clients, planning projects thoughtfully, and translating our ideas into reality.”