I have recently completed my studies at The Arts University Bournemouth on the BA (Hons) Arts & Event Management course. Having studied and worked in both the US and UK, I have a diverse array of experience working with people in the areas of event and film production!
As a student ambassador in the international admissions office of The Arts University Bournemouth, my job included sourcing travel and accommodation for officers attending conferences abroad, as well as a variety of administration tasks. I advised students on the process of applying for study visas. I also gave presentations to prospective visual arts students in New York City.
In my position as special events production intern at Good Sense & Company in Brooklyn, New York, I worked on Tribeca Film Festival 2015 and Youtube Brandcast, which is a corporate event at Madison Square Garden. This job really challenged my ability to work under pressure and adhere to time restraints. In this role, I had several different jobs in the office and on site including: - scheduling work hours for on site event staff/volunteers - sourcing and booking equipment/furniture/décor for greenrooms - emailing/filing sensitive information - updating spreadsheets/databases - liaising across departments of production - working with technicians/stewards to ensure the smooth execution of events and screenings
I worked as a volunteer to support the production office onsite for the 2014 Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
At South Coast Fashion Week 2014, I worked as a personal assistant to two independent fashion designers, and was a stage assistant during runway shows.
While working at Little Black Vintage Boutique, I managed the store and sold specialty items online. I also helped maintain the social media accounts, as well as working with the store owner to coordinate two fashion shows.
USA High School Diploma Advanced Placement Art & Design Advanced Placement Psychology
The Center for Creative Youth at Wesleyan University offers intensive summer courses for students of various art forms.