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Hello, I'm Emma. After learning all about ideas on the Watford creative course, I joined a startup called Sunshine where I was employee number six. Then I moved on to Google's Creative Lab, where I spent my days working on great briefs with some very lovely, talented people. I've worked on lots of things – VR, immersive experiences, audio, editorial, events, film treatments, adverts and brand books. I'm currently freelancing. To get in touch, email me on email@example.com or call 07889 969 668.Locked Pro Plan feature
Delivering against various advertising and social impact briefs. Writing, editing and proofing film, website and social media copy.
Senior writer at Google Creative Lab, working with a multidisciplinary team of art directors, designers, UXers, filmmakers and developers. Lead writer on campaigns ranging from virtual dinosaurs with the Natural History Museum to Google’s refugee crisis initiatives. Involved in The Dots mentorship scheme, mentoring and working with graduates.
Part of the first creative team hired, working into Creative Director Al MacCuish. Concepting and writing online and offline campaigns across platforms.
Achieved first-class marks in all my specialist subjects and dissertation, for which the subject was ‘Aestheticism and Morality in Oscar Wilde’s short-story The Picture of Dorian Gray and his play Salome’.
Google Creative Lab were asked to create a way for people to discover Natural History on Google’s Arts & Culture platform. Working with Natural History museums, they created ‘Back to Life in Virtual Reality’ - two experiences where prehistoric beasts come back to life from museum fossils. These can be viewed anywhere using Google Cardboard, as well as in the museums themselves. Users can come face to face with extinct animals and see how our actions impact species today - giving people a new way to experience the past and motivating them to help preserve life on our planet for the future.
Digital: Interactive / Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality - Single
Awarded to Google Creative Lab for Google, Google Arts & Culture, Rhomaleosaurus & Giraffatitan: Back to Life in Virtual Reality, made for Google Creative Lab by Framestore, directed by Google Creative Lab