Everett Creative

About

 
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Jonathan Everett

 

Coming from a carpentry background, Jonathan was able to refine his skills and develop a passion for excellence in design and making under the mentorship of master woodworker George Ingham at the Furniture program at the Australian National University School of Art in 1992. Jonathan has developed an enormously broad professional career in design and making through engagement in a myriad of roles, projects and opportunities. He managed a dynamic design and fabrication business Trout and was the architectural manager of new Parliament House. Jonathan has exhibits his artwork, undertaken residencies nationally and internationally as well as receiving development grants and lecturing at universities. 

Through his 21 years as a professional, Jonathan has continued to develop his career as artist, designer and fabricator and has become widely respected throughout the creative industries as a thinker, facilitator and fine craftsman. Jonathan is currently an independent consultant for design, exhibition and fabrication projects.

 

Our guiding principles

Clear Thinking > Excellence In Delivery

Everett Creative is a high quality design and fabrication service. We create original concepts and deliver beautifully crafted objects, exhibitions and furniture, using the highest quality materials in all mediums.

We specialise in realising  dynamic, high quality exhibitions through collaboration with the best imaginative and technical experts in electronics, audio visual, graphics and fabrication in the industry. We deliver innovative exhibition design, meticulously considered and fabricated exhibition display, interpretation and storytelling. Our focus is to bring fresh, original ideas through pioneering presentation concepts and hands-on interactive displays. Being small, the consultancy has the ability to connect and collaborate with the client, focus on stakeholders and exhibition objectives.


What we do

Bespoke Fabrication
Furniture and Object Design
Exhibition Design
Object Interpretation
Interactive Displays