Keeper of natural history
Jo Hatton has worked in the department of natural history at the Horniman Museum and Gardens since 2005.
As keeper of natural history, Jo is responsible for managing, making available and promoting the natural history collections, around 250,000 specimens.
When you give through Art Happens, you can choose an exclusive reward inspired by the project to say thank you. Rewards also make a great gift.
If you would prefer to donate without receiving a reward, you can select that option below.
Enjoy regular project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.
Eight project-related postcards printed with your name. Plus, enjoy project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.
An exclusive tote bag depicting Mark Fairnington's painting Zebra. Plus, project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.
Bound photobook containing gorgeous colour images of Mark's Horniman project, plus project updates and a citation on the Art Happens site.
Two beautifully framed prints of Mark's 'eye' paintings, Zebra and Tyger Tyger. 190mm x 190mm frame; solid ash moulding. Plus project updates and an online citation.
Stunning silk scarf (34in x 34in) printed with Mark Fairnington's botanical painting Ms Butterfly, plus two tickets to the private view of his Horniman exhibition, including drinks (November 2015). Project updates and a citation.
Signed giclee print of Mark's painting Golden Puku on Somerset rag paper with silkscreened gold. 1/25, 460mm x 370mm. Plus photobook (see £45 reward), updates, citation.
Visit Mark's London studio and explore the Horniman's collection store (with a +1). Plus two tickets to the private view of his exhibition, including drinks (November 2015).