+ Welcome

NDS are visitor experience and audience engagement specialists. We have been providing intelligent, interactive, audience engagement solutions and training for organisations across the globe for over twenty years.

Transform your messages, themes and narratives into meaningful and engaging experiences for your target audience.

Discover how Narrative Intersections engage audiences and keep them connected.

Develop unique visitor experiences by taking your audience from captured to connected.

We can develop and deliver an entire concept from start to finish or simply facilitate a creative workshop to help you devise new engagement programs.

We also review and refresh your exsisting tours, talks and programs.

Inspiring and re-energising your team is part of our process.

We believe that every tour, walk, talk, presentation, exhibition, public program and performance can inspire and engage an audience, create personal connections and facilitate deeper conversation.

 

+ Enjoyable Learning & Development

We are experts at integrating professional presenting skills and applied improvisation techniques with face to face communication training for tour guides, interpretation & education teams, volunteers, retail staff and all visitor & customer support personnel in your organisation.

We understand that how we learn is as important as what we learn.

We offer short courses, group workshops and individual coaching. Read more

"A leader in the use of theatre as a method of interpretation in a museum environment"

- Louise Douglas, Assistant Director, Audience, Programs and Partnerships, NMA


"Nigel trains our staff to engage with visitors in an information exchange that leaves both feeling inspired and informed about our collection, architecture and the Museum’s themes"

- Meredith Sack, Manager, Visitor Services, National Museum Australia


"A hit with audiences and curators alike - often arising in unprecedented queues of visitors wanting to participate"

– Lily Katakouzinos, Manager Contemporary Programs, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia.