I am someone who thrives within challenging and fast paced environments as a fierce and dedicated organiser and orchestrator. In my work, I am driven to create accessible and transformative spaces which can uplift alternative dialogues. In 2017, I co-founded the Feminist Internet Collective. Through the collective I have hosted and presented events at the Photographers Gallery, Somerset House and the IAM conference in Barcelona. I have recently coordinated, directed and hosted a four-part podcast series in collaboration with Somerset House studios on the theme of Recoding Spaces. I am the co-founder and editor of a music publication called Hook Journal- Which explores how music is made, how it is consumed, and what it does to us emotionally, socially and physically.
- Feminist Internet is a group of artists and designers working to advance internet equalities for women and other marginalised groups through critical practice. In this podcast series, the group explore the theme of Recoding Spaces, both online and offline, with the aim of diversifying internet spaces metaphorically, physically and digitally, intercepting homogenous zones and breaking the filter bubble. The podcast aims to not only expose these spaces, but to regenerate them in new and inclusive
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- WHAT? The climate needs us, the time of the snowflake has come! We want to be heard. Create, share & Submit your artwork to our database. We’ll get it in front of the media and press, to show the voice of the creative industry. You can check out the current database of entries here! All poster in the database will be added to the Tate modern permanent archive & will have the chance to be shown on Clear Channels digital billboards up and down the country, before the end of registration and befor
- Visual Identity, promotional material, documentaries and event planning 2017 - now The Feminist Internet is a collective of artists, writers, thinkers, makers working collaboratively to challenge the position of internet feminisms through workshops, seminars and a broad spectrum of public engagement. I’ve worked on the conception and delivery of visual identity for Feminist Internet. The challenge was to create an inclusive visual language for the organisation that would not reproduce gender st
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Community Hosts ManagerGlug Events
London, United KingdomFull Time
Glug is a global creative community founded in London. We put on events across our network with the simple aim to bring together the local creative industry to champion and celebrate all things creative and design. My role is all about building and supporting our global community of hosts and collaborators. Want to get involved with Glug? Drop me an email at email@example.com
Co- Founder and EditorHook Journal
London, United KingdomFreelance
I am the co- founder and editor of Hook Journal a new online publication which aims to tell different stories about music. Through thoughtful journalism and genuine relationships with artists, Hook explores how music is made, how it is consumed, and what it does to us emotionally, socially and physically. My co-founder and I have lead the project together from the beginning - commissioning content, constructing the website and social platforms and building genuine relationships with artists. We've had many acclaimed artists involved so far; Durand Jones & The Indications, Biig Piig, and Sundara Karma amongst others - and we have some really exciting projects lined up, including a collaboration with Brainchild festival this summer.
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- Content Coordination
- Social Media Management
- Events Production
- Workshop Delivery
Master of ArtsUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
- London, United Kingdom
I studied Fashion Media Practice and Criticism at London College of Fashion. This integrated masters is an innovative course which draws on the disciplines of media and the cultural industries from both a practical and theoretical aspect. Inspiring its students to uphold the value of initiative and to always challenge the existing concepts and principles of the creative industry. My course has enabled me to become a rigorous critical thinker and develop a broad creative practice. I have developed skills in publishing, editorial and all aspects of image making. The course has also advanced my written skills both journalistically and academically, empowering me to become an independent and bold thinker, always striving to explore a road less travelled in ideas and understanding.
Artist ResidencySomerset House StudiosThe collective , Feminist Internet which I am a part of, was awarded an artist residency with Somerset House Studios - which is home to the largest and most diverse collection of creative organisations, freelancers, artists, makers and thinkers in London. This residency included the commission of a four part podcast series which I wrote, coordinated and hosted.