A highly professional PhD level art historian who is quick to grasp ideas and concepts, as well as being keen to gain and develop new skills and expertise. Able to work both independently and as part of a productive team, demonstrating the motivation and multi-tasking abilities required to meet demanding deadlines, while maintaining the highest standards. Extremely articulate and proactive, combines a professional and confident approach with excellent interpersonal, time-management, and critical thinking skills.
• Part-time sales assistant in the Aberdeen boutique of luxury lifestyle brand Jo Malone London. • Delivers an exceptional level of customer service and conducts Hand and Arm Massages. • Constantly exceeds sales and Customer Relation Management targets. • Regional finalist for Jo Malone London Global Stylist of the Year in 2014; thereby showing first-class product knowledge, consumer awareness, and commitment to the brand.
• Tutored on two Level 1 History of Art courses: Introduction to History of Art, and Modern and Contemporary Art. • Outstanding results on students’ course evaluation forms. • Delivered a lecture on The YBAs as part of the Modern and Contemporary Art course. • Supervised students of various levels on fieldtrips to Edinburgh, Perth, and a country house reading party.
• Written, edited, and produced a series of newsletters, souvenir brochures, programmes, direct marketing pieces and other printed material. • Created and determined publicity/press relations plan to generate greater awareness for the company and the productions, by distributing news releases to various media channels. • Liaised with the venues and their marketing team to ensure a successful marketing campaign resulted in ticket sales.
• Worked as a Telephone Fundraiser on the College’s fundraising Telephone Campaign that was run by Rux-Burton Associates. • Regular ad hoc work for the College included office administration and contributing to the Development Campaign. • Written 2 articles for The Pelican, the College’s Former Pupils’ magazine.
Caravaggism in Rome and Naples: Case Studies in Connoisseurship
Art and Business
History of Art
Selected as the History of Art Department