She creates audio and multimedia experiences for a wide variety of platforms and for cross-platform use for museums in the US, UK and Europe. She works with museums and historic sites during every stage of project development, helping to create new user and visitor experiences that cross between departments and exceed creative expectations.

Sandy wrote the first temporary exhibition multimedia scripts for Tate Modern, for which she received a MUSE award. While she was based in the UK, she developed many of the early standards and best practices which are broadly used in multimedia content training. She speaks at national and international conferences on creative content development.

Sandy is known for helping museums create experiences which are surprising, rich in emotional learning, and often use a conversation-based, informal, journalistic tone to encourage 'big picture,' cross-disciplinary thinking as a way into complex themes and ideas.