Vaughn Tempesta is a gallery guide here at the Science History Institute and is currently working on new tours and interactives inspired by our instruments collection. He worked at the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle for more than two years, not only as a gallery guide and interpreter, but also helping to develop school tours and programs. His previous roles include development work at the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and teaching in after-school and college settings in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Vaughn has a background in physics—including a BS in physics from Moravian College and a summer fellowship with the University of Glasgow’s Gravitational Wave Group—and is excited to engage in the electrifying histories of science and technology at the Institute.