Recently I worked part time as a studio assistant for Isabel Rocamora. In this role I implemented a variety of administrative tasks, research tasks, and marketing tasks. I was in charge of coordinating studio distribution, screenings, and events. I was also in charge of accounts for the studio and accounts for all related exhibitions.
In this role I worked closely with the director of the salon to manage her diary along with the day to day running of the salon. I also led the launch of an online shop for the brand and implemented a new twitter campaign. The role also included a wide variety of administrative and financial tasks.
I worked as a marketing assistant for the 2015 edition of the East End Film Festival, one of London’s largest film events specialising in first and second time directors. In this role I conducted interviews, created marketing campaigns, liaised with major partners, wrote web copy and completed a variety of other tasks. My individual responsibilities were live news and updates, and ticket sales.
I worked for the Nordic Film festival in 2014 which premiered a range of Nordic films and produced a variety of events to coincide with the festival. In this role I coordinated and promoted events, distributed promotional materials, and created contact lists.
In this role I represented the British Museum at information desk, liaised departments for a variety of research purposes, provided information to visitors, sold tickets for exhibitions, and resolved visitor complaints in an effective manner.
I worked at an exhibition held at the LondonNewcastle gallery space on Redchurch Street as a gallery and events assistant. In this role I created posters, marketed events, sold books, sold artworks, installed artworks, and assisted in events production.
For my second year at Shuffle Film Festival I ran the music, comedy and event stage. In this role I liaised with artists, solved technical problems, ran guest list, and led a group of volunteers.
In my second year at Sundance UK I worked in the operations department. This involved going on runs for the department, taking tickets, filling out box office sales sheets, checking guest lists, and assisting talent.
In this role I aided Platform café, bar and terrace with their regular events programme. My main responsibilities were creating marketing materials, event concepts, social media, and administration.
In my first year at Shuffle I was a team leader of the gallery space. In this position I led a group of 10 volunteers
During my time at Queen Mary I wrote for the film and arts section of the university magazine.
Sundance UK was the first film festival I worked with. In this first role I organised guest lists, checked guest lists, liaised with talent, gave out credentials, and hosted guests of the film festival.
During my first summer of university I went home to work as a receptionist at a mechanics. In this role I responded to emails, answered the phone, organised the owner’s schedule, organised files, shredded documents and input receipts and invoices into excel sheets.
I have just finalised my study of an Msc in Film, Exhibition and Curation at the University of Edinburgh. I am expected to graduate on the 23rd November 2016 with a Merit (2:1).
I completed my first degree in Film Studies and Comparative Literature, in which I achieved a 2:1. In my degree I choose modules that focused on philosophy, art history, art cinema, museologies and sociology.
After I left High School I attended the Colchester Sixth Form College to complete my A-Levels in Art (B), Film Studies (A), English Literature (A), Textiles (B) and an AS-Level in Drama (B).
I completed my secondary school education at The Colne Community School receiving GCSE’S in English Language (A), English Literature (A*), Maths (B), Science (B), Science Additional (C), Psychology (C), Art (B), Textiles (A) and Religious Studies (A*). I also achieved several Edexcel Awards , Level 2 in Digital Applications, Level 2 Adult Literacy and Level 2 Adult Numeracy.