I am an experienced graphic designer, writer, photographer, educator and marketer with an acute attention to detail, eye for visual and written narratives and ability to work in a fast-paced environment. As a conceptual thinker, confident communicator and driven leader, I am passionate about working in the arts sector, seeing projects through from conception to completion, and thrive on creative solutions. I excel in both independent and collaborative settings.Locked Pro Plan feature
Develop and design collateral and editorial content for the Museum’s exhibitions, education programmes and development initiatives, working closely with the Executive Director and department heads. Develop and execute the digital content strategy across all social media channels. Manage the complete design and implementation of the Museum website–improving navigation, UX, and audience engagement through well-organised, concise and visually-effective content.
Developed and designed integrated campaigns for the Museum’s exhibitions, related programming and events. Administered the development of a strong and impactful identity across all social channels. Provided lead support within the Education department’s multifaceted programmes and volunteer docent council.
Designed, implemented and facilitated the curriculum and day-to-day programming of multiple art education initiatives for groups spanning primary school to university students, adults, disabled and elderly people–over 13,000 annually. Co-ordinated a 60-plus-member volunteer docent council, led bimonthly trainings and continuously executed successful strategies for improving communication and nurturing growth mindset for a wide range of audiences. Oversaw administrative duties including expenses, inventory and payroll within the department.
Inner-City Arts is an oasis of learning, achievement and creativity in the heart of Skid Row, one of the largest homeless populations in the United States. As a studio volunteer, my role prepared materials for workshops and assisted students during class. Knowledge of safeguarding and the ability to communicate effectively with students bearing personal trauma was critical.
Facilitated arts workshops in linocutting and bookbinding with members of Parkinson’s UK. The project encouraged creativity and challenged the lack of dexterity those with Parkinson’s face. Plans for the final prints were hand- printed and hand-bound books distributed amongst the Parkinson’s and larger community to raise awareness.
Arts at the Old Fire Station is an arts centre and shared space with homeless charity, Crisis. In exchange for an artist studio, my volunteer responsibilities included aiding with exhibition installs, helping with pop-up shops, photographing content for social channels and making updates to the website via CMS, WordPress.
Developed branding, communications and marketing strategy across three independent pub-restaurants, targeted respectively to student, family and sport audiences. Designed the artwork for all print and digital material; led the redesign and maintenance of each venue’s website; art directed and photographed visual content for social channels and subsequent collateral material.
1st degree honours