AP Podcast – Episode 135: Emily Howard talks about attraction design, putting animals first and telling the right story

AP Podcast – Episode 135: Emily Howard talks about attraction design, putting animals first and telling the right story

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Emily Howard, Vice President at PGAV Destinations, is well versed in creating amazing animal habitats, but admits that she still learns something new every time she interacts with a zoo or aquarium professional.  An architect by trade, Emily has a deep love of animals that fuels her work with PGAV.  In this discussion, we dive deep into the details of attraction design, find out how stories are crafted and how they impact the end user experience.

To find out more about Emily and PGAV: https://pgavdestinations.com/

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