Since 1993, Lawrence Johnson Productions has worked on over a dozen major museum projects in culture, science and history. From the Smithsonian Institution to the Oregon Historical Society, our Audio/Visual work has been innovative and long lasting. From his first major exhibit, Lawrence has garnished a number of awards. He received the 1995 Golden Muse (the highest honor for audio/visual work from the American Association of Museums), several additional Muse awards and a number of awards from the American Association of State and Local History. Please check out the reels for the most recent projects below. Click on the Item to see behind the scenes photos.
Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, Wyoming: Several programs highlighting the life and times of William Cody, featuring a large screen presentation about the Wyoming countryside that he loved, and a humorous animated film about Buffalo Bill’s theatrical adventures.
“Oregon Voices” – Oregon Historical Society, Portland, Oregon: Designed by Andre and Associates of Victoria, Canada, the interactive exhibit features a number of films reflecting the post-WWII history of Oregon.
“Oregon My Oregon” – Oregon Historical Society: The permanent exhibit about Oregon’s history.
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Fort Worth, Texas: Several multiscreen programs honoring women in the West.
Plains Indian Museum, Cody, Wyoming: Several programs in the acclaimed museum, including an 11-screen, surround in the interior of a full-size replica of an Hidatsa Earth Lodge.