Jon Myers has worked in the Museum and Entertainment industry for over 30 years, starting his career as a Joinery apprentice for Heritage Projects Ltd. By the age of 23 Jon was managing projects for Scenic Route including SegaWorld (Trocadero, London), Knights of Malta (Valletta, Malta) and Opel Live (Frankfurt, Germany), moving on to workshop management taking responsibility for all Joinery Production at Scenic Route’s facilities in York; overseeing some of the larger site projects at that time including The Deep, Hull. In 2003 Jon moved into production management overseeing the production on Space Park Bremen (Germany), Khalifa Park (Abu Dhabi) and VW Automuseum (Wolfsburg Germany). In 2006 Jon moved across to Paragon Creative in the role of Construction Manager, liaising between Design and Production on all projects over the next 9 years, Dressed to Kill (Tower of London), Titanic Museum (Belfast) and The Olympic Museum (Lausanne, Switzerland) to name but a few.
In 2015 Jon became Head of Production at Paragon Creative and in late 2016, Operations Director. He currently manages a team in excess of 130, Including some of the most talented and creative individuals in the industry where Jon is a prominent and respected character and relishes the opportunity to tackle any new challenging project or concept. When not devoting his time to work Jon spends time with his family and friends; enjoying road trips and adventures around Europe.