I'm your Bratz girl in a Barbie world. I eat pop culture for breakfast. I've never worn the same outfit twice, and I can put YOU in an outfit you'll never want to take off. I believe that the shoes are the window to the soul, and if you ask me, don't take one item off before you leave the house, add three. STYLIST.SOCIAL MEDIA QUEEN.DRAG ARTIST.Locked Pro Plan feature
From launching the Nebbity Pinterest account gaining a growing reach of over 140k unique monthly viewers to snipping off loose threads and quality checking items, this role has allowed me to explore all areas of assisting in a female-owned and run fashion brand. My most recent accomplishment has been designing Instagram content in support of BLM with profits from mystery boxes going towards the cause.
I have worked for Dr Zigs since 2013 starting at festivals such as Glastonbury and gaining a lot of customer service and sales experience, so it has been lovely to help with the marketing side of the business. I have created Pinnable content, boosting traffic to the website, but most recently I have been creating a short mini-series of 6-second ads for Instagram and Youtube. These include an ad for World Ocean Day and Pride. My marketing work has contributed to the development of the global brand this has become today.
A week-long placement at Home Agency in Leeds where we worked on two briefs, both for Jet 2.
Summer job whilst studying. I worked as a waitress and sandwich maker. I am able to work well under pressure and deliver excellent customer service. I am a trained barista so can whip up an excellent flat white.
A three-year intensive degree in Creative Advertising. Our ethos being 'ideas that work' Creating campaigns for big brands like Adidas, Boots and Coke Energy. My most notable achievement was not pitching to Havas Lynx or having a winning idea 'Outrun the Bull' for Coke Energy, but winning best dressed at the end of the year. Pretty iconic.
Best two years of my life. Art college was a safe space where I not only discovered my queer identity but where I was able to explore teenagehood in-depth. Having a studio space is the most magical thing you can give a creative, and yes my studio space was covered in pictures of Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Lepore. For my end of year show, I constructed a 4 walled room, to premiere my short film documenting the drag queens at Heaven in London (to which I had snuck in with a fake ID) I plastered the outside of the room with my signature collages, and stole some rainbow Ikea door curtain stuff from my mums work to create the entrance to the room.
Secondary school. You know the drill. Not fun. Manage to scramble out alive with an A* in English Lit kudos to my amazing English teacher and a C in Maths.