Gary Hughes has worked at the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John, N.B. for over 40 years in the history department. In that time, he has curated three national traveling exhibitions including Music of the Eye: Architectural Drawings of Canada's First City: 1822-1914, with the accompanying catalogue co-published by the museum and the RAIC. In the exhibition Lifelines: Canada's East Coast Fisheries, the role of American architect Stanford White was considered in the design of fishing camps on the Restigouche River. New Brunswickers in Wartime was a military exhibition shown across New Brunswick and at the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa.