Due in no small part to his expertise in various facets of history Steve Santini has worked with, and continues to
work with, a variety of international museums and historical groups.
From the loan and lease of rare artifacts to compliment extant exhibits to the design, layout, and presentation of full
scale “stand alone” exhibitions Steve’s involvement with a number of museums has been a key contribution to
increased revenue for such institutions as well as a heightened media profile.
While artifact sourcing, loan, lease, and exhibit planning has been the bulk of Steve’s museum work he has also often
been called on to write entire exhibitions and artifact display text. Additionally, Steve has done voice over narration
for museum exhibitions lending his voice to audio walking tours for visitors. One museum of note that has incorporated
Steve’s voice talent is The National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington, D.C.
Steve Santini has also helped in the design and format of signage, pamphlets and other promotional materials used by
various museums to promote upcoming or existing exhibitions or special events.
The photos on display are of museum exhibits Steve Santini has designed, provided artifacts for, or has assisted with.
To date, Steve Santini has worked with museums in a number of countries including: