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Although we are moving towards a technological future, human nature dictates that there will still be a greater need for the tangible; flavours, textures and poetic imagery that stimulates and awaken our senses, enabling us to connect on a deeper and more meaningful level. As we evolve, the demands of our lifestyles and our ever-changing landscapes, requires a flexible individual capable of adapting to this growing environment. As such I believe that my role as a creative, will take on many forms. A provocateur willing to challenge ideals and stimulate debates, a visionary to inspire and stir the imagination, or a futurologist, seeking new tools and methods to design for a better future. Living in an age of global activity, requires an individual who is proactive in nature, willing to enhance their knowledge through learning, and will dynamically seek to utilise opportunities and their skills to actively collaborate with others from diverse academic and creative backgrounds, in finding innovative solutions in an increasingly progressive world.
As a creative project lead; requires a highly skilled individual to oversee the initiation, planning, design, and successful execution of projects. Adaptability to the changing demands of the project to meet critical deadlines and deliverables, and ensuring clear management of the project through its life cycle. Some of the key responsibilities involve planning and defining the scope and feasibility of a project, supervision and delegation of workload, overseeing budgets and financing and risk management to minimise negative impact and ensure high success outcome. A multifaceted role that requires not only strong management skills but also a critical eye for quality and design. Some of the projects undertaken are editorial, styling and art direction, concept design and R&D projects.
A highly involved, multifaceted role that require a high level of independence, flexible working and level head to meet the demands of the job. I oversee the management of key internal and external events for the textile department from conception to completion. I work closely with the team to translate their requirements within time frame and budget. Anticipating project needs, discerning work priorities to meet deadlines with minimal support and supervision. Forward planning to anticipate potential complications as a preventative measure and able to make decisions and take action. A highly complex, continuously changing role that involves a can do attitude, thinking on your feet and adapting to the needs of the organisation.
An experienced and responsible professional with a proactive attitude to manage interns whilst supporting the directors to execute their exacting requirements. Strong eye for design – involved in ensuring brand identity is executed across multiple online and printed platforms, working closely with IT and Marketing. Forward planning and attention to detail to ensure the event runs smoothly and any potential problems are rectified with immediate effect. Management of a team of interns, coordinating their responsibilities, training them on the job and ensuring the tasks are implemented precisely.
A challenging role, which required the ability to work independently, strong attention to detail and skilled in managing multiple tasks simultaneously. My role consisted of data management, assisting the Events Manager with the day-to-day running and planning of small and large-scale corporate events. Implementing effective administration systems to maximise efficiency and liaising directly with external client queries. During my time at the council I was presented an award for going the extra mile due to making positive contributions to the management of the organisation.