Inherently curious, insatiable and open-minded. I have a thirst for knowledge, and have no qualms chatting to anyone from a cracked-up drug dealer on the tube, to Prince Harry (both have happened). I am extremely hard-working, and will always give my all when placed on any task. I want to inspire, be inspired, and give back in anyway I can. In the famous words of Kanye West, "Everybody dies, but not everybody lives". AMEN.
Projects credited in
- Slash FootballSplit across Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and Twitter, Slashfootball covers everything from grass roots football, to trick shots to professional league level with it’s unique, often cheeky and irreverent tone of voice. Working closely with production, I developed a bold and energetic brand approach, animating title sequences and working directly on edits. I developed multiple versions of the logo for ease of use and variation. The italicised typeface provides energy and pace.
London, United KingdomFreelance
https://distracttv.com/ Distract is a video and entertainment brand covering events in Fashion, Music & Film. We feature a number of exclusive events including Paris, London and New York Fashion Week to Music festivals all over Europe. I have covered the likes of London Fashion Week, Sony Music Artists, House DJs, and new up and coming Indie Rock Stars.
Audience Development Coordinator Brave Bison
London, United KingdomFull Time
• Editorial strategy, analysis and audience development of clients' YouTube, Facebook and Instagram channels • Growing views and engagement across entertainment, tech and lifestyle channels • Reporting and data analytics for client channels: analysis on audience growth and demographics, video views and performance. • Creative brainstorming around content and events • Leading the development of the company's Instagram management department • Strategic analysis and business development
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- Event Organisation
- Broadcast Journalism
- Academic Research
- Digital Marketing
1st (Hons) BSc Psychology University College London (UCL)
- London, United Kingdom
I was an elected student representative at the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) Heads of Service Conference. Heads of Careers and recruiters from across the UK discussing with student representatives thoughts on what ideal university careers support service looks like. What type of help students need, how best to market activities, when engagement in careers activities is appropriate, barriers students may face regarding their futures, etc.