Celiya Köster

Celiya Köster

CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
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Celiya Köster

Celiya Köster

CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Innovative and driven, Lookout Point - TV drama production company – intern and 1st class graduate, with sharp writing, research and organisational skills. I pride myself on collaborating well with others, using my initiative to learn and adapt independently and always being prepared to contribute creative ideas and solutions to challenges.
  • Cleopatra and the representation of the Exotic Woman | Writer
    Cleopatra and the representation of the Exotic Woman | Writer
  • Words Between Friends: An Interview With Singer Cherée | Writer
    Words Between Friends: An Interview With Singer Cherée | WriterTurning 22 today, singer Cherée is at a crossroads; her fourth single, ‘Just Like Me’, was released on 25th July and her music is beginning to spark industry interest and loyal listeners. We met at high school and I interviewed Cherée during one of our many ‘catch-up’ sleepovers to catch a glimpse of this precarious yet hopefully moment many 20-somethings can relate to.
  • Typical Girls Magazine (Generations) | Editor
    Typical Girls Magazine (Generations) | Editor
  • The Life and Times of Jean-Michel Basquiat | Writer
    The Life and Times of Jean-Michel Basquiat | WriterOn the 12th, August 1988, Jean Michel Basquiat was found unconscious in his Manhattan loft, after overdosing on heroin. In this post, we look back at his artistic beginnings and his role as a Black artist in the white fine art worlds.
  • Publishing Cardiff | Speaker
    Publishing Cardiff | SpeakerEditor and Welsh native Tori West has created Publish Cardiff – a day of talks, networking and celebration of all things print. The day is a forward-thinking yet necessary step in the right direction for an area home to a wealth of creatives and forward-thinkers. Talks and live Q&A’s with BRICKS, Refinery29, Typical Girls, Ashleigh Kane (Dazed) and Naomi Pike (British Vogue) will be held at Clwb Ifor Bach.
  • Nike Air Max 98 | Model
    Nike Air Max 98 | ModelHYPEBAE ARTICLE Nike’s Air Max 98 is often seen as a male-focused sneaker,  but it’s 2018 and women are more into sneakers than ever, so thankfully Nike is releasing the standout silhouette in a women’s-exclusive colorway. For those who are unfamiliar with this sneaker, it encompasses a visible, full-length Air Max unit in the midsole, upon which, in this case, rests a futuristic crisp white and cream rippled upper. Modeled by Chani and Celiya, founders of London-based zine, Typical Girls, the A
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Work history
    Creative InternLookout Point
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    • Administrative duties, such as managing contacts, calls, office supplies, expenses & meeting schedules. • Assisting the development team on script reading and copyrights research • Researching & updating talent logs for production staff • Co-ordinated casting sessions • Acted as runner on director’s rehearsals of Les Miserables • Team assistance, such as booking couriering & transportation, making reservations, printing & binding scripts and office hospitality. • Liaising with senior production and development staff & high-profile talent.
    EditorTypical Girls Magazine
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    • Researching talent and influencers to connect and collaborate with. • Commissioning artistic and journalistic work. • Making editorial decisions regarding submitted content, displaying an awareness of the issue’s theme and publications tone and brand. • Interviewing various key figures within the creative industries • Editing and proof-reading content • Updating social media channels and website
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  • Print Journalism
  • Script Reader
  • Reasearch
  • Content Coordination
  • Coordinating Events
  • Events
  • Artist Interviews
  • Talent Scouting
  • Organised
  • Assistant Admin
    (hons) BACity University of London
    London, United Kingdom
    The programme focuses particularly on giving you a broad range of skills in creative business management, allied to knowledge and understanding of a variety of topics relating to cultural policy studies. These twin aims are underpinned by several cross-cutting themes that characterise the programme as a whole: globalisation and internationalisation in relation to culture; the place of the city in sustaining different forms of cultural practice; cultural work and cultural workers; and the role and importance of digital platforms and cultures, particularly in relation to legal frameworks and intellectual property rights.
    UAL Extended Level 3 Diploma in Performing Arts (Acting)
     - London, United Kingdom
    On this 16 hours a week course, students study both the theory and practice of a wide range of Theatre styles.