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Motel has become one of London's best boutique photographic studios and of the most unique event spaces around. Located in the heart of Shoreditch, East London, our old-world, vintage decor has provided inspiration for the creative teams of BBC, Sony Music, Nike, Comedy Central, Elle, Vanity Fair, Virgin and more. From music gigs, to product launches, private parties to fashion film shoots, the versatility of the space is limitless.
I manage the digital marketing activities for WrightJ - a newly launched content creation company that specialises in producing stills, films, bespoke soundtracks and digital content to work across all platforms.
Conception is a marketing consultancy offering pragmatic marketing solutions to SMEs increasing sales and profit, and identifying business growth opportunities
Rat's Nest is a theatre company inspired by truth, controversy and an urgent drive to push boundaries and strong focus on human rights. As a result of receiving the Bournemouth University Alumni Project Award of 2013, I co-wrote an original human rights piece with a touring production cast and crew.
Paines Plough is an award-winning, nationally and internationally renowned touring theatre company, specialising in commissioning and producing new plays and helping playwrights develop their craft. As a member of the team, I managed all written, digital and audio content, in support of all our productions from initial concept to the final show. Working closely with our company Directors and Producers, I created bespoke campaigns for each production - across small-scale touring, mid-scale shows, and larger, unique projects both in and outside of London.
Exploring the art of scriptwriting for different mediums, as well as script reading, analysing and editing
Radion and Television Arts
Recipient of the Bournemouth University Alumni Project Award 2013. This led to an awareness raising theatre piece on the conflict facing women in the Congo, which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and continued on a short run.