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.
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 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.
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 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.
During my time at Queen Mary I wrote for the film and arts section of the university magazine.
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 my first year at Shuffle I was a team leader of the gallery space. In this position I led a group of 10 volunteers
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.