Isabella Taylor

Gallery Assistant

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About me

 

Young creative currently seeking the opportunity to broaden creative and communicative potential in the cultural/arts sector. Proficiency for the written word, with experience in editing, feature articles, blogging and reviews. Co-author of two published eBooks, 'Be In Berlin' and 'Berlinsights'. Diligent, enthusiastic, organised and communicative, skills harnessed from experience in a variety of front facing roles. Flexible in the ability to adapt accordingly to new challenges.

Skills

 

  • 1+ Years Creative Writing Experience
  • Excellent People Skills
  • Excellent Writing and Grammar Skills

Work history

Currently

Arts

British Museum

Mar 2016
  • London, UK
  • Full Time
  • A fascinating role as a Gallery Assistant, working to enhance visitor experience at one of the most well-renowned museums in the world. Work to help protect and maintain the visual presentation of the collection by completing daily check sheets and liaising regularly with management to ensure the protection of the artefacts. An extremely social position interacting daily with members of the public!

2016

Salesperson

Selfridges

Oct 2015 - Feb 2016
  • London, UK
  • Full Time
  • A temporary role during the busy Christmas period, working front of house in the Food Hall. Garnered strong levels of customer service and an unrelenting enthusiasm.

2015

Feature Writer

City Travel Review

Jul 2015 - Sep 2015
  • Berlin, Germany
  • Internship
  • Worked to complete two Travel Guides on the city of Berlin, made available for publication as eBooks. Honed an eclectic style, easily transferable to a variety of different audiences. Learned basic editorial skills, largely working on issues with regard to grammar and syntax.

Education

2015

Georgraphy BA

University of Leicester

Oct 2012 - Jul 2015
  • Leicester, UK
  • Graduated with a 2:1. Initially a broad insight into the world of Geography, my degree was eventually specialised in anthropology, and the human impact on the world around us. I believe that the subject is incredibly relevant given the nature of the hyper-connected world we live in today.