We are pleased to announce that we have won the Peter Neaverson Award for Digital Initiative and Innovation.
This is awarded through the Association for Industrial Archaeology.
Due to be published soon by Oxbow Books, The Roman Amphitheatre of Chester Volume 1: The Prehistoric and Roman Archaeology, by Tony Wilmott and Dan Garner, contains reconstructions and interpretation by Julian, as well as him being a contributory author within the volume.
Due to be published late 2017/early 2018, the volume is available to pre-order here.
Julian and his team worked with me for more than a year on an "Augmented Reality" viewing station for the new Space Shuttle Atlantis attraction at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Based on that experience, I wholeheartedly recommend Julian and Take 27 for any project that could benefit from their expertise or skill sets.
During our process, I have found Julian and team to be professional, reliable and prompt. Moreover, they have a true commitment to excellence -- both in the material they produce and in the ultimate visitor/viewer experience into which their work will fit.
They have been a joy to brainstorm with, and have effortlessly taken direction when provided.
In addition, the Take 27 team are dedicated to accuracy in their work, as well as creating an engaging and appropriate presentation style.
I believe they have contributed in many ways to the excellence of the final visitor experience and I have certainly enjoyed working with them.
Jason Bell, Senior Producer, Unified Field Inc, New York
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