Albertina Campbell

Albertina Campbell

Post-Sale Coordinator • Service Operations • Luxury DivisionLondon, United Kingdom
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Albertina Campbell

Albertina Campbell

Post-Sale Coordinator • Service Operations • Luxury DivisionLondon, United Kingdom
About me
A dynamic professional with a decade of experience working in various client-facing roles. Currently thriving within the Client Service Operations sphere within the luxury division at a renowned auction house. Grounded in a background in Fine Art, with up to four years of experience working within the premium and luxury retail field and almost six years in office administration. A diverse career has equipped me with a well-rounded skill set, enabling me to adapt quickly to various work environments, which has helped me implement and deliver tangible results to any business establishment. Since then, I have gradually developed first–class communication, interpersonal skills and a strong affinity for the art and creative sector.
Projects
  • BA Fine Art Degree Show 2017
    BA Fine Art Degree Show 2017
Work history
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    Sotheby’s logo
    Post-Sale CoordinatorSotheby’s
    New Bond St, London, UKFull Time
    I currently work as part of the Post-Sale “luxury pod”, overseeing all Sotheby’s sales within the luxury division, stemming across nine business sales categories ensuring all post-sale actions and SLAs are met in a timely and professional manner for both private clients and companies. - Responsible for supporting clients through the post-sale process in accordance with company policies and best practices whilst delivering high-quality client service. (i.e., Post-Sale support, invoicing, payment and collections, shipping support.) - Coordinated the after-sales process for six flagship and live auction sales to date ranging from Travel, Atlas, Maps, Natural History, Master Sculpture, 19th Century and 20th Century Sculpture, Printed Books & Manuscripts, Masters of the Woodblock: Important Japanese Prints and Fine Jewels. - Successfully coordinated the safe shipment of a 16th-century German Master sculpture valued at £999,799.000 to a client in New York. Making it my most high-value, non-Marquee-sold lot to date.
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    Front of House VolunteerEstorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    To ensure the security of the works in whichever gallery/galleries they are based, offer a welcome to visitors, sell tickets and help them to get the most out of their visit, answer queries about what events or services the Museum offers, pro-actively promote the Museum’s Membership Scheme and shop merchandise to visitors, keep up-to-date with the Museum’s daily and seasonal events, assist with the daily visitor care routines including health and safety and emergency evacuations as required as well as monitoring the environmental conditions of the galleries.
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Skills
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Fine Art
  • Client Services
  • Problem Solving
  • Word
  • SAP
Education
    Sotheby's Institute of Art logo
    Sotheby's Institute of Art logo
    History of Western Art: Medieval to ModernSotheby's Institute of Art
    London, United Kingdom
    History of Western Art: Medieval to Modern - Looking at Western Art between the twelfth and mid-sixteenth centuries. Term 1: Medieval to Renaissance *Gothic Art and Architecture: Faith Made Real *The Northern Renaissance: New Materials, Subjects and Thought *The Early Italian Renaissance: Mathematics and Nature in a Changing World *Leonardo: Art, Science and Patronage *Michelangelo: Florence, Rome and the Medici *Raphael and His Legacy: The Grand Manner *Titian and the Venetian Renaissance: Money and Materials in La Serenissima *Mannerism: The Exaggeration of Nature in the Late Renaissance Term 2: Baroque to Romanticism *Caravaggio and His Followers *Art and Architecture of the Counter-Reformation *Art and Absolutism: The Baroque in Britain and Europe *The Dutch Golden Age *The Rococo *Neoclassicism *Romanticism in Europe *Romanticism in Britain Term 3: Impressionism to Modernism *Realism in Europe *Impressionism Part I *Impressionism Part II *Post Impressionism *Cubism and Fauvism *Futurism and World War I *Dada and Surrealism *Abstract Art and Inter-war Design
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    Arts PlastiquesUniversité Paris 8
     - London, United Kingdom
    ERASMUS student exchange programme *Encres - 14/20 - (C) *La Peinture a I'Huile comme la Sardine est a l'Huile - 14/20 - (C) *Dessin come I'Ecriture - 16/20 - (B) *Le Dessin Comme Processus dans la Constrction Picturale - 16/20 - (B) *Livre d'Enfant Illustré - 16/20 - (B) *Total Peinture - 16/20 - (B) ECTS: 30 Credits
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