The Design Museum's first free permanent display of its collection: Designer Maker User tells the story of contemporary design through these three interconnected roles "from the spoon to the city" Clay was invited to design four iPadPro based interactives for the gallery's activity tables. Two of the tables use RFID technology and real physical models as interfaces.
Two interactive exhibits explore how William went on to conquer England, and then what affects this had on culture.
18th-century Venice was celebrated for its worldly pleasures, including its masquerade, held at Carnival time. One of the essential stops on the 'Grand Tour', it was a period of revelry that enlivened Venice and offered Venetians and visitors a range of entertainments, from acrobatics and performances in the city's streets and piazzas, to balls, operas and gambling in private apartments.
Choosing the right career path in Film and Television can be daunting, so Clay has been working with BAFTA to help make some of the decisions about what career to go into easier.
Samuel Pepys was one of the most colourful and appealing characters from history and witnessed many of the great events that shaped 17th century Britain, bringing them brilliantly to life in his famous and candid diary.
25 October 2015 marks the 600th anniversary of the battle of Agincourt, one of the pivotal events in the tumultuous relationship between England and France during the Hundred Years War (1337-1453).
Clay delivered fourteen animations that form a key part of the six sections of the Information Age gallery at the Science Museum. The sequences explain communication technologies such as satellite networks, cable technology and GPS satellites.
To mark the 300th anniversary of the passing of the Longitude Act in July 1714, Clay have helped develop a landmark exhibition which tells the extraordinary story of the race to determine longitude.
Clay has designed and delivered four new interactives for the National Maritime Museum's new permanent gallery Nelson, Navy, Nation, which opened on Trafalgar Day 21st October 2013.
Within the renovated Hut 8, Clay have created five interactive exhibits that explore some of the advanced codebreaking techniques employed at Bletchley Park during the war.
Clay have designed and delivered a number interactive exhibits for Bletchley Park, home of the code breakers, following a successful £8m Heritage Lottery Funded restoration programme.