I am a presentable, confident, experienced young man in my mid-twenties. Friends and colleagues find me well grounded and happy to shoulder responsibility. I am fortunate in having travelled to many parts of the world and consider myself able to mix seamlessly with a wide cross section of people. I set myself high standards both in my professional and personal life and am always striving for excellence. Given the opportunity of a meeting or interview, I believe my ambitious, confident personality will shine through. I feel all of my past employers would not hesitate to say that I developed enormously in the time that I spent working within their teams. I am dedicated and hard working but also bring a sense of fun to the work place. I am a fast learner and can adapt quickly and easily when thrown in at the deep end. Currently based in Brighton but have London base also and more than happy to relocate.
I love working with people. My enthusiasm, customer service skills and ability to think quickly on my feet led to my quick progression into being a senior member of Circa’s events team. I supervise pop-up events at ‘Circa Deli’ and manage stalls at event fairs. I have a natural desire to please people and exceed expectations. I have learnt to always be on top of the finer details and go above and beyond what is expected of you.
Worked for Proud Robinson, a creative communications and production agency as a junior account executive during my University placement. I was working directly on projects with MTV, Nissan Europe, T-Mobile, Infiniti Cars and Brighton and Hove Albion FC. I was quickly trusted and taken to meetings in Europe and across the country with clients really learn from the top. This was a valuable experience and I learnt a many transferable skills from top industry experts first hand including; Stats reports, timing plans, client budgets and other project management skills.
In my second year at university I started an online student aimed magazine called Crux focussing on life in the Bournemouth and Poole areas, specifically; Music, Events, Food, Trends. We created relationships with student eateries, start ups, pubs, clubs, promoters and the Bournemouth's O2 Academy. When many of the student journalists graduated into jobs the natural progression was to turn CruxMag into CruxClub and put on club nights with many global known artists in both Bournemouth and Brighton (my hometown).