President, CREO Exhibits
Al Salm is the president of CRĒO’s Exhibit division, and he is responsible for facilitating all exhibit-related projects. He has 20+ years’ experience creating interpretive displays and has overseen the creation of over 500 interpretive exhibits as a project manager, projects director, and general manager. Mr. Salm has been responsible for directing the production of exhibits for clients such as the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma; Museum of History & Industry in Seattle, WA; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center in Seattle, WA; International Spy Museum in Washington D.C.; National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement (The Mob Museum) in Las Vegas, NV; Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas; The College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta; and WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument in Pearl Harbor, HI.
Mr. Salm holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Technical Theatre from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and he earned a Masters in Fine Arts in Technical Theatre from the University of Washington.