Central Saint Martins Graduate (MA) Specialising in Campaign Marketing & Social Media Marketing Development,Curation (Digital, Exhibition & Event), Creative Strategies and Events from brief through to execution - I am currently open to Employment & Collaboration opportunities both in the UK and Internationally.
Projects credited in
- VFD10 - Punish The Streets (exhibition): 10 Jan - 2 Mar 2019VFD10 - Punish the Streets is an exhibition that celebrates a decade of vFd in Dalston and highlights the influences that flow between club culture, art and fashion. The title ‘Punish the Streets’ refers to transgressive bodies and cultures that challenge norms. It describes a process that vFd, in one way or another has inspired, nurtured and cultivated in the last 10 years. Club culture creates its own necessities. It is a free and perpetually drifting space, which is constantly changing. The
- Hair Matters Exhibition (9th - 29th November 2018)vFd and Central Saint Martins MA Culture, Criticism and Curation students are delighted to present Hair Matters, an exhibition that examines the social and cultural symbolism of hair in the 21st century. From the ballroom drag scene in New York City, to the anarchic rebellion against heteronormativity - hair has always been a significant placeholder for the relation of the queer body and space. This exhibition features work by six young, queer artists who explore the personal and political s
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- Creative Ideas/concepts
- Verbal Communication
- Initiative/self Motivation
- Brand Creative Strategy
- Social Content Strategy
- Adobe Creative Suite
UCA Fashion Media & Promotion Live Project 2015 Winner - Rochester Cathedral - "Silent Disco in the Crypt"Rochester CathedralHaving delivered the winning pitch to Rochester Cathedral for this project, in response to the Cathedrals desire to simultaneously appeal to a younger audience and raise awareness of medieval manuscript 'Textus Roffensis', I am now proudly working towards executing the Cathedrals first ever "Silent Disco in the Crypt" with guidance from both the University and Cathedral teams.