Multimedia Fine Arts Graduate of Central Saint Martins London. Hardworking, Creatively open, Personable. Freelance musician and lyricist specialising in the Hyperpop genre. Previously worked in fashion PR and fashion styling For Art School and Alice Temperly Looking for opportunities within the fashion world as I to build my portfolio towards Creative direction/Art direction for photography and videography.
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London, United KingdomPart Time
Founded by myself in October 2019, PrincessCore is a Club Night that has firmly based its roots within underground hyper music and fashion culture. Having attracted musicians and designers to our events and being able to branch out our party to LFW.
- London, United KingdomInternship
During my time at London based fashion brand Art School, I was running errands such as collecting garments from the factory/studio spaces and taking them to press offices, meeting with my mentor to discuss side projects. The internship ran on a strict time schedule for myself so timekeeping skills were key. During this placement I was lucky enough to DJ at their fashion week after party and attend events such as the Gay Times Honor awards.
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- Metal Casting
- Photographic Direction
- Creative Art Direction
- Video Creation
- Sound Art
- Assistant Styling
- Brand Styling
Fine ArtCentral Saint Martins (UAL)
London, United Kingdom
(Specialising in 4D Artwork. Time Based, Durational, Performative and Interdisciplinary practices) SUBJECTS: • TERM 1: Fine Art, Introduction to Higher Education Studies. Understanding our artistic background and discipline. Experimenting with process and method when using the studio. • TERM 2: Emerging Practice, Situating ourselves in relation to contemporary artistic contexts and critical frameworks. • TERM 3: Situating Practice, introducing ourselves to different aspects of practice and exploring collaborative work. I Have Participated In: “Sonic Event” – An event aimed to challenge how we use sound within artwork. We worked in groups and were challenged not just to curate our own section of the exhibition, but to look at our own section as its own singular, collaborative piece of work. “Studio as a Machine” – An event made to challenge how we use the studio as a group and how we can work together to evolve our practices.