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About me

I am a friendly, caring, outgoing person with a good sense of humour, who enjoys meeting people from all backgrounds and am known to be trustworthy and responsible. Photography is the field of work that I am most enthusiastic about and determined to pursue a profession in the future. Capturing images is a learning experience and every opportunity of expanding my knowledge thrives the (professional) competitiveness within me to achieve a high quality of work. Positive attitude towards colleagues are the fundamental guidelines that I follow to motivate my colleagues from the challenges that might occur. My aspiration is to run a gallery that represents diversity and thrives on building a community for future artists and art lovers. I want to open doors to artists who may need a platform to communicate their art.

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  • Abobe Indesign/photoshop/illustrator
  • Basic Filming
  • Broadcast Media
  • Garage Band
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Adobe Premier Pro
  • Camera and Lighting
  • Cinematographer
  • Assisting
  • Academic Research

Work history


Customer Services Representative

The National Gallery

Aug 2015
  • Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN, UK
  • Full Time
  • My role is to provide a warm welcome and outstanding visitor experience to all National Gallery visitors. This includes: information services, ticketing and memberships/promoting services, public event hosting services and facilitating individual and groups visits, including school trips. I am also responsible for dealing with enquiries via email, telephone and organisation of space in regards to archives and official documents which are censored to the public. Experience of delivering high quality customer/visitor service in a fast paced, public facing environment, and the ability to take ownership, solve problems quickly and sensitively using my own initiative.




University of Westminster

Sep 2015
  • This course looks at the way that museums, galleries and other cultural institutions are changing to meet the needs of the 21st century. The MA has been designed for students who wish to work as curators, arts organisers, museum professional and other cultural managers and who want to know in particular how these institutions face contemporary issues. It looks at the changing role of cultural provision and how agencies, festivals and flexible organisations shape, house, fund, and disseminate culture today. The course also gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the contemporary debates about working practices in cultural institutions, and the changing context in which organisations operate. The course concentrates on professional practice and you will work closely with institutions such as Tate Britain and the Museum of London, and conduct case studies into creative projects run by organisations as diverse as the Victoria and Albert Museum, smaller independent galleries and London-based festivals and arts organisations. Classes are taught off-site at other institutions, and involve professionals from the sector as much as possible to give you an understanding of vocational issues and a close involvement in the workplace.


(hons) Applied Photography, Film T.V

University of East London

Sep 2011 - Jun 2015
  • London, United Kingdom
  • More than ever in human history we are surrounded with images that sell us products, promote ourselves and make critical commentary. On this course you will consider the implications and your position within this world. You will expand your practical expertise creativity working through a wide range of processes/practices connecting your digital present with our analogue past, supported by a wide range of professional and contextual studies. You will be studying in East London, on a new docklands site with easy access to London’s culture of photographers, galleries and photography labs, as well as the history of the old East End. You will be collaborating not only with an energetic and diverse staff and student body at UEL but with organisations such as the National Portraiture Gallery, Iniva, Canon, Train to Create and Tirade Magazine (the latter two both set up by our very own photography graduates). The programme is affiliated to the Association of Photographers, the leading organisation representing professionals in the industry. At the end of the three years, you’ll leave armed with the confidence and creative skills to make your mark in the broadening world of photography that is both local and global. You will be following in the steps of graduates who have been successful in establishing careers and studios, international magazine and collaborative partnerships as well as progressing to postgraduate studies.