Lucia joined Evidence Design in 2007, bringing her research, writing and organizational talents to a variety of projects that focus on human and natural history and science. She worked closely with the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County to develop and track content, supervised the script writing process, and conducted the image research and acquisition. Similarly, Lucia guided the project team at Flat Rock Brook Nature Center through self-evaluation and interpretative planning towards crafting its first permanent exhibit. She surveyed and documented the Center’s collection, developed and managed content, and wrote the exhibition script. Lucia is currently working on the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center for the California Science Center, documenting the development of over 150 exhibits and working with the in-house team to manage content and develop an interpretive system.
Lucia received a Bachelor of Arts in History from Haverford College in 1992. She worked at Tom Nicholson Associates researching and managing content and visuals for interactive kiosks at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum. Later, she was an associate producer of documentaries for several independent film companies, including Ghost Light Films, Insignia Films, and Cobblestone Films. Lucia developed and wrote scripts, researched and acquired still images, footage and audio, and coordinated production and postproduction for a variety of historical and contemporary projects. Notable documentaries include Margaret Sanger (PBS, 1998), Quincy Jones (Bravo, 2000), and the Emmy awarded 6-part series Broadway: The American Musical (PBS, 2004).