Passionate about utilising the arts as a vehicle for social development and cross-cultural exchanges, I've worked with a number of organisations to help create meaningful work that uses creative self-expression to explore social justice issues and increase authentic visibility for minoritised groups and individuals. As Talent & Content Executive at Liberally, I scout for and represent our bespoke Talent Board of diverse creatives, and our wider Liberally Creative Community of freelancers. I work closely with each creative to build their careers through securing commissions, exhibitions, grants, speaking opportunities, publishing deals and more. At the heart of Liberally Talent is a community which offers a supportive, collaborative network and professional development. I also support Liberally's creative campaigns- helping to conceptualise and deliver campaigns that use creative storytelling and multi-disciplinary mediums to communicate important topics to the right audiences. If you're interested in working with one of our Liberally creatives on our Talent Board or Liberally Creative Community, or just want to connect, get in touch!
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- World Population Day: Minoritised Populations photo-seriesLiberally worked with World Wide Generation on designing a concept and delivering a spotlighting campaign for World Population Day. We featured the work of photographer Vicky Roy, who, as part of the 'Everyone is Good at Something' travels around India, interviewing and photographing people living with disabilities. Amer Hussain Lone, Anju Rani Joy and Kilumo Ezung were all interviewed about their experiences and perspectives. Extracts from their stories are featured alongside the photographs.
- Liberally Creative CommunityCome and be part of our Liberally Creative Community- a supportive and collaborative network that supports diverse creatives professionally and personally, and helps connect them to partners for commissions, features and collaboration. Details of how to apply in our Talent Flyer below.
- Liberally's 2021 Talent Board has landed!Introducing our handpicked eight diverse creatives that kick off Liberally Talent for 2021: Anna Lumsden – award-winning hair and make-up artist, Henri T – photographer and artist, Rebecca Hawkins – sculptor and fine artist, Sama Kai Sundifu – editorial & commercial photographer and photojournalist, Becky Namgauds – choreographer and dance artist, Jordan Aitcheson-Labarr – writer, Fernanda Liberti – photographer and video creator and Bella Frimpong – writer. Head to www.weareliberally.com to fin
Projects credited in
- Liberally Quarterly: Issue Two Launch EventFounder Daisy Rogers spoke with Lucy Emmerson, CEO of the Sex Education Forum about the progress of LGBTQ+ inclusive RSE in schools. We also showcased the amazing choreography of Adriana Pierce of #queertheballet, as well as Jim Adie's beautiful spoken word poetry. A must watch!1
- The Female Face of Conflict: a Liberally Conversation with Christina Lamb OBE and Rebecca HawkinsJoin our Founder Daisy Rogers when she spoke with leading journalist and author Christina Lamb OBE and acclaimed sculptor Rebecca Hawkins about the female face of conflict. Sexual violence in conflict is a global crisis and one that needs urgent attention and action. This is not a women's issue, this is a humankind issue. Christina and Rebecca will be explaining about the extent of the atrocities that are taking place, how storytelling of all kinds is essential in the fight against these war cr2
- 'What does trans look like?': a creative campaign by Henri T for IDAHOBIT Day 2021We commissioned talented photographer Henri T to undertake this photography campaign for a Liberally client, to mark IDAHOBIT Day 2021. You can read the accompanying interviews with the beautiful individuals who took part in Liberally Quarterly Issue Two. All photographs are the copyright of World Wide Generation and cannot be used without prior permission.6
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- Project Design
- Picture Research
- Public Relations
- Talent Scouting