Theatre editor of a creative arts magazine, ran by students at the University of Bristol.
In charge of PR and social media at fashion social enterprise. My main focuses include managing the brands online presence and developing the online store.
As an editorial intern, I focused on pitching article ideas and looking for cultural news. My published articles can be found through the link below. http://www.dazeddigital.com/user/juliagardener
Working at the Dazed office as part of the AnOther magazine editorial team. Tasks included article research, curating social media content, transcribing interviews, sourcing out new exhibitions, publications, artists, and events around London, and pitching article ideas.
Working as a press officer throughout the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, I dealt with journalists from national, international and local publications and worked in liaison with theatre company PR's. I was also responsible for publicising coverage for 250+ shows.
Part of the KWD Solutions team that assisted at the Harvey Nichols Festival of Style. My role focused on promoting the Style Concierge service alongside giving the customers information on brands, SS15 trends, and fashion week.
Fuze Bristol is the largest student run fashion, music and dance event in the UK, requiring a high level of organisation, forward thinking, and discipline. I was involved in scouting models, securing fashion label participation, obtaining sponsorships, writing social media context, and running the show.
Gained first-hand experience of how a global law firm works. One of my key assignments focused on analysing recycling and waste legislation in the EU for a future green business.
Interning at Bartosiak i Partnerzy I was given the opportunity to learn about the Polish law. Additionally, through translating numerous documents I was able to expand my legal vocabulary.
I spent my time in the firm performing a wide variety of tasks, such as putting together financial spreadsheets, helping organise visas for clients, proof reading legal texts, and summarising legal material.
Areas studied: Literature 1 (1200-1500) Literature 2 (1500-1700) Literature 3 (1700-1830) Literature 4 (1830-1945) Approaches to Poetry Critical Issues American Literature: 1945 to Present Gender, Desire, and the Renaissance Stage Contemporary British Theatre Writing for Art