About

Ludvig Lohse

Interactive Experiences Designer & AV Producer
UX & Interaction Designer
. Accessibility Consultant

Ludvig Lohse designs and produces interactive experiences, making meaningful interpretation and user experiences; from concept design, through production processes to final implementation and quality assurance, always ensuring the best user experience, best interpretation and best accessibility; on budget and on time.

Ludvig has worked for 50+ museums; and has been employed at:

  • Imperial War Museums, London, Manchester and Cambridge. Interactive Experiences & Productions Manager. Teams Leader responsible for creative and technical teams (10 staff), overseeing all digital interpretation from conception through design and production to final implementation and maintenance.
  • Natural History Museum, London. Gallery Multimedia Manager. Team Leader responsible for all gallery interactive (‘digital’) interpretation, design and implementation from concept to final product and maintenance.
  • University of Cambridge. Research Associate. Practice-based interactive narrative researcher and toolkit designer (inventor of patents). University Tutor and Student Supervisor.
  • National Film and TV School of England & Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE). Post-graduate degree (Screen Arts and Sciences) in Film Editing. United International Pictures scholar. Practice-based Associate Researcher in cinematic language in computer games at Createc and SCEE.

Presently, Ludvig is Interactive Experiences Consultant and Project Manager at MMEx -Center for Digital Interpretation in Museums, a non-biased membership organisation for all non-profit museums and cultural institutions in Denmark.

Previous works include (incomplete list in no particular order):

  • Natural History Museum, Aarhus, Denmark
  • Øhavsmuseet, Denmark
  • Industrial Museum of Denmark
  • Museum Salling, Denmark
  • Kolding City Archive, Denmark
  • Viborg Museum, Denmark
  • Randers City Council, Denmark
  • Aarhus City Archive, Denmark
  • Mindelunden, WW2 Memorial Cemetery, Denmark
  • Holstebro Museum, Denmark
  • Brorfelde Observatory, Denmark
  • Museum of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Stevns Klint UNESCO World Heritage Visitor Center, Denmark
  • REGAN Vest, Government Nuclear Bunker, The Historical Museum of Northern Jutland, Denmark
  • The Great Tower, Christiansø, Denmark
  • Maritime Museum of Denmark
  • Gender Museum Denmark, Aarhus, Denmark
  • Stranding Museum St George, Denmark
  • Jacob A. Riis Museum, Denmark
  • Museum Mors, Denmark
  • Museum Silkeborg, Blicheregnen, Denmark
  • Paper Museum, Denmark
  • Silkeborg Museum, Denmark
  • Museum Østjylland, Randers, Denmark
  • Museum Østjylland, Grenaa, Denmark
  • Imperial War Museum, UK
  • IWM North, Manchester, UK
  • Duxford Air Museum, UK
  • Churchill War Rooms, UK
  • HMS Belfast, London, UK
  • Natural History Museum, Tring, UK
  • Natural History Museum, London, UK
  • NHM Touring exhibitions in UK, Ireland, France and Turkey.
  • Tate Modern, London, UK
  • Norwegian Film School, Norway
  • Ulster University, Northern Ireland
  • British Telecom R&D, UK
  • Interactive Institute, Malmö, Sweden
  • Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, UK
  • Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Cambridge, UK
  • University of Cambridge, UK
  • MTV, Copenhagen, Denmark,
  • Minerva Film, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • DR, National TV, Denmark
  • TV2, National TV, Denmark
  • Danish Film Institute, Denmark
  • …and more