Formed in 1994 by Richard Fowler, RFA is an established and award-winning, multi-disciplinary design practice specialising in exhibitions with a variety of museum-related clients. Our project work includes many HLF-funded projects and encompasses internal and external interpretive schemes.
RFA has extensive experience of providing interpretive design services for projects of all sizes and has a fully qualified team of 3D and graphic designers producing first class work for clients in many parts of the UK.
RFA have a long and successful track record of originating and co-ordinating the design of exhibitions and displays in cultural and heritage environments.
Prior to setting up RFA, Richard was Head of Design at the creation of two of the North’s most popular museums, the National Science & Media Museum (Bradford) and Eureka! the National Museum for Children (Halifax) having previously worked as a visiting designer at the Computer Museum (Boston, Massachusetts), and as a designer at the British Museum and at the Science Museum.
Andrew joined RFA in 1998 shortly after gaining a BA (Hons) Art & Design. In 2001 he took over the senior role and since then has been responsible for all the company’s graphic output from concept and ideas through to final artwork and production.
Andrew has first-class graphic design, production and management skills in the implementation of schemes both large and small. His role also involves working closely with printers, photographers, illustrators, picture agencies, AV producers, curators, copywriters and editors.