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I am passionate about fashion, art and travel. My family home is in the Cayman Islands but I was educated in the UK since the age of 9, starting at boarding school and onto University in Leeds. My varied educational experiences, together with a trans-continental life and extensive travel experiences mean that I am very independent and self-motivated and have contributed to my passion and desire to work in a vibrant, creative and dynamic world.
My responsibilities involve financial and visual planning for the magazine, including picture research and ideas for upcoming shoots, anything from people to locations and themes. I am in charge of liaising with picture agencies and agreeing fees, comprising a visual mark up of issues and attending conferences and giving ideas for future issues, themes and fashion trends. I also participate in prop ideas and aesthetic on various still life and cover shoots and have recently started helping the IT team to build the shoppable app.
Assistant to Director, Antonia Marsh. Working on curatorial and exhibition projects for bringing ‘Girls Only NYC’ to London. ‘Girls Only’ is an art program, based on supporting and providing a platform for young female artist via artist residency programs, all-female art exhibitions and various social events.
Working part time as the London-based art gallery’s Social Media Manager to develop the gallery’s social media presence and marketing. Assistant at Art Basel Miami Beach 2014.
Teacher’s Assistant in Reception and Nursery classes. Contributor to weekly newsletter and Bassett House magazine.
Teaching Assistant in a Year 2 class, focusing on teaching Maths and English to special needs children.
Volunteer Ski Instructor and Assistant. During my Gap Year I spent two months volunteering in the BOEC’s Winter Adaptive Ski and Snowboard Program. I worked both as an instructor and an assistant in teaching people of all abilities, including those with physical and cognitive disabilities, ‘at risk’ youths and people living with serious illness and injury.
? A-Levels: Communication Studies (A), Art History (B), Photography (B) ? Heavily involved in Photography and Art societies
? 10 GCSE's