Adam Libonatti-Roche

Adam Libonatti-Roche

Creative / Social Media StrategistLondon, United Kingdom
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Adam Libonatti-Roche

Adam Libonatti-Roche

Creative / Social Media StrategistLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Creative and Social Strategist who has worked in, and is very proud of this, very diverse and fun industries. From professional wrestling to B2B advocacy programmes, I apply myself to any project with an open mind and one goal; to find what makes it interesting for those who love it. I always create content; content is a dirty and wide-ranging word that is used in all too many CV's so let me lay down the key bits in snackable bullet points - Graphic Design. - Graphic Creation. - Video Production. - Audio Production. - Live-Streaming Setup and Production. - GIF Maker. - Copywriting. - Live Event Social Coverage. I'm pretty easy-going and if you want to bounce ideas off me then I'm always happy to help. You can usually find me wiping buffalo sauce off my fingers after divulging in a chicken wing snack.
  • Social Buzz Chat
    Social Buzz ChatIt was my priviledge to create Social Buzz Chat - a Twitter chat that occurred weekly and evolved into a fully fledged YouTube show. I led on the creative, host choice and beyond. The show peaked with an event panel with Gary Vaynerchuk that was streamed live on Facebook.
  • Facebook Live Match Project
    Facebook Live Match ProjectIntro When Facebook introduced their live functionality for brands, it was a chance for brands to take the lead on what they could show brands. Buzzfeed used it to activate their journalists around the world whilst during The Mannequin Challenge period, we got to see the more humorous sides of companies. For Progress Wrestling, they have a fanbase that is located all around the world and with the fact that Progress events in Camden sell out in 40 seconds, there's a lot of fans who don't get to take part in the event. This spawned the idea of showcasing a live match from every chapter to make sure they were engaged and also catered for. Results The activity boosted the Progress Wrestling Facebook page's growth by 200% as viewers from around the world joined in to watch. The largest viewership was 500+ viewers concurrently.
  • The 405 Film Podcast
    The 405 Film PodcastThe 405 Film Podcast was born out of the need to voice opinion on the film, Now You See Me 2. Post watching the film at a local cinema, my partner and myself went back to a recording studio and recorded The 405 Film Podcast. The podcast went on to lead The 405's (a culture publication) first steps into the audio narrative world as well as being partnered with London's Premiere Cinema, Picturehouse Central. What did I learn from this? Podcasts are new to me as was the art of audio production so this side-project represented something a feel passionate about. That 'thing' is the learning of new skills through engrossing yourself within a medium that you don't understand. Learn by doing is a saying I've always stood by as well as fail by doing.
Work history
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Working as a freelancer for various companies including Coolr, Maverick Media, The Drum.
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    Senior Social Media StrategistGolin
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
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  • Social Media Digital Strategies
  • Social Meda Strategy
  • Audio Editing
  • Brand Creative Strategy
  • Photography
  • Live Events
  • Content Creatiion
    BA) Interactive Media ProductionBournemouth University - Media School
     - Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    The course focused on website development, design and creativity. I received a 2:1 for my work over the course of the final year including writing a dissertation on the anonymity of the Internet