I am an ambitious individual, fueled by my creative mind and need to achieve. Reliable and organised, I welcome challenges maintaining a positive, focused attitude in order to exceed expectations. Working in a collective drove my communication skills to soar whilst working in sales sparked enthusiasm in hitting targets, on a personal and professional level. I enjoy experimenting with any video manipulation platform, listening to electronica and have an ever-growing interest in films, watching and analyzing, particularity if they have stemmed from a novel.
Whilst working at Superdry's busy international flagship store Regent Street, I've learned key sales skills, retail theory and improved on my service. Treating customers as VIPs and being familiar with product knowledge like its second nature has tuned my eye for detail and led me to become more business minded.
I have a VJ residency with Rumpus, a bi-monthly event held in central London, the current venues: Islington Metal werks has 7 rooms and The Coronet which has 11. The event is pitched as an indoor festival. I have been allocated the cinema room in which I fill with atmospheric, glitchy, audio-responsive live visuals.
Technician for the multi-purpose venue in London, my main duties were rigging and de-rigging lighting fixtures and crewing for a range of events. I was asked to stay on beyond my work placement through their busy, spring period.
Wysiwyg lighting design computer program training, training on Pro-Tools (sound design program), training on Qlab (audio/video/midi playback program), polyester carving, lighting designs for individual projects, sound designs for individual projects, prop making, stage craft, workshop on counterweight flying systems, standard flat making and carpentry, Deputy Stage Manager for group tasks, Assistant Stage Manager for group tasks, scale model making, technical drawing, basic CAD training.