Christopher Buttigieg is a creative industry entrepreneur who produces unique and participatory cross art-form work in the arts and cultural sector. Christopher founded Hello Creative, which offers creative producing, project management and media expertise. Prior, Christopher worked on various films and festivals of varying scale which allow communities to engage with different artistic platforms, storytelling and cultural events. He brings innovative ideas, analytical thinking, end-to-end management, artistic proficiency and leadership across a wide range of contexts in the creative industry. Recently, he has joined the BRC Imagination Arts bandwagon. He has played a key role on established cultural festivals, including the St Magnus International Festival in Orkney, Scotland and the ZiguZajg International Children’s Festival in Malta. He also played key roles in universally acclaimed TV series ‘Game of Thrones’ and Paramount Pictures’ production ‘13Hours’. He managed a two year award winning TV Series in Malta, and produced documentaries and short films. He served as the first point of contact with stakeholders for planning and vision setting, and managing the client expectations. Christopher also spent 6 years directing Kiddo Entertainment, which he founded back in 2011. Kiddo Entertainment created and tailored leisure activities for children and young people. Christopher earned a Masters degree in Arts, Culture and Festival Management at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, securing a Merit classification, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Studies from the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology.
- ZiguZajg International Children’s Festival in Malta"Year after year, we strive to create new opportunities for artists and producers in Malta, ones which will allow them to share and learn from other entities on their approaches to theatre for children. We want to maintain a hub where local artists can witness international work which they otherwise would not have been able to experience outside of ŻiguŻajg. Our workshops and networking events are a constant feature in our programme, and I think that the standard of local work has certainly im
- Destination ScotlandBRC Imagination Art’s mission is to create a brand experience for all. My role within the company is managing all the media visuals related to the four corners project (4 whisky distilleries around Scotland) which fall under the Johnnie Walker experience umbrella in collaboration with Diageo. Here I collaborate with video production houses and production managers, and I research and update all required materials needed for the company and partners. For more info visit - www.brcweb.com
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Media ManagerBRC Imagination Arts
London, United KingdomPart Time
Managing all the media visuals related to the four corners project (4 whisky distilleries around Scotland) which fall under the Johnnie Walker experience umbrella in collaboration with Diageo. Here I collaborate with video production houses and production managers, and I research and update all required materials needed for the company and partners.
London, United KingdomFreelance
As a freelance producer for creatives I aim to assist industry professionals to create and develop their work. My role is about guiding artists and organisations in identifying possible opportunities, finding the right channels to deliver their messages, and project managing memorable arts and cultural events. Currently collaborating with: Theatre Sans Accents (An innovative theatre company that aims to promote language learning through the arts to children and adults, as well as creating high quality original pieces of theatre by bilingual artists). 365: Stories and Music, a story and music installation currently touring around the UK created by Scottish musical composer Aidan O’Rourke.
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- Project Management
- Development Producer
- Creative Learning
- Event Management
- Film Production
- Digital Branding
- Social Media