Motivated to succeed and acquire the skills to do so diligently. Good communication skills, in both written and spoken word. Confident in my creative output and unfazed by having to adapt to different styles of work.
My role has consistently progressed, incorporating new responsibilities: New Business Proactively seeking new business opportunities, creating proposals, aiding pitches, and presenting new ideas for prospective clients. Account Management Reacting to and managing new briefs, planning campaigns, first point of contact between media agencies, media owners, clients, other parties and the Liveposter studio. I have worked on a number of digital out-of-home campaigns including Microsoft, Tate Britain, Camelot, Diageo, Westfield, Santander and Lenovo. Editorial Content creation, monthly newsletters, blog posts, social (primarily Twitter) and copywriting (including a campaign for the Tate Britain that was chosen for Creative Review’s Ad of the Week). Studio Management Acting as front of house for visitors, daily organisation of the studio and company account, assisting the founder and organising events.
Three A-Levels: Art (A), Geography (B), English Literature (B)
Nine GCSEs A-B including English and Maths
I was a copywriter on the following campaign, that made Creative Review's Ad of the Week: TATE BRITAIN, WELCOME TO LONDON THE OBJECTIVE Liveposter and Tate Britain collaborated to bring together an award winning campaign concept showcasing relevant artworks from the Tate Britain archive to promote the much awaited chronological rehang of its key artworks. Tate Britain wanted to showcase the breadth of its offering and in particular its archive of 500 years of British art to an audience of overseas visitors to London and commuters. The Ocean Two Towers site on the A4 elevated section at Hammersmith, London was chosen as the the site for Tate Britain with over 3,800,000 impacts per 2 weeks including the important Heathrow audience for overseas visitors. THE SOLUTION Liveposter concept was to create thousands of unique poster executions, matching artwork with automatically generated copy to produce posters that were relevant to the moment, welcoming overseas visitors and commuters to London in real-tim