I am a graduated documentary working effectively with others but I am also competent in leading and motivating a team to efficiently achieve innovative and polished results. I am an highly self-motivated person who works well on own initiative to achieve desired goals and demonstrates enthusiasm for the development of new ideas and concepts. Pushed by the desire to influence people through photography and art I built an extensive knowledge working with agencies, magazines, festivals, museums, schools.
Talk, assignment and review of the assignment at Central Saint Martins for the Reportage course (London), March and May 2015
Researching images for the exhibition called Designed to Deceive present in Photography Oxford Festival 2014 and for the project What Good is Photography? both curated by Colin Jacobson, February/September 2014
Volunteer teaching assistant in the Expressive Arts department (KS4 & KS5 and KS3) at Westminster Academy (London), Feb/June 2014
Internship at Magnum Photos (London), the most prestigious photographic agency, May/June 2013 • Picture research for Publishing, Editorial, Agencies (Penguin books, Intelligent Life, IDS Picture desk, Magnum Photos…) • Collecting stories and photos, suggesting photographers and projects • Editing and judging images and projects • Research about photographers (bio, photos, links, quotes…) for special projects • Uploading current event • Maintenance of online Client registrations and internal database • Maintenance of Print Room drawers – uploading new acquisitions, managing consignments • Maintenance of cultural storage areas, answering phones and dealing with clients • Packaging & delivery of fine art photographs • Data management • Creation of online reference ‘albums’ for exhibitions and books • Assistance with Print Room book library, exhibition installation, private views & events, educational visits • Administrative assistance including flights and hotels • Assistant at 66TH AGM (London, 27/30 June 2013)
WOW magazine (London), produced as part of a MA Photojournalism module at Westminster University, is a new approach to a woman's magazine, December 2012/April 2013 • Edited and processed most significant images • Reviewed and corrected metadata • Researched accurate information for captions, stayed informed • Supported partners with content requests • Gained permissions of use of images • Prioritized and updated images
Peter is my neighbour and his life is the same everyday. He loves the colour blue and this is incorporated in all aspects of his life: he dresses in blue, the places where he usually goes are blue and his house is mostly blue. He retired from work in 2000 and since then he follows the same routine every week. Peter says,