Writing engaging, creative copy that focuses on storytelling and brand identity.
Transcribing interviews, conducting interview research and researching for weekly sections like ‘culture drop’ and ‘top of the pods’. General office administration and magazine archiving.
I volunteered at the self-publishing exhibition, The House That Heals The Soul, where I learnt about the process of zine making. The exhibition explored public and private spaces, encouraging visitors to use zines as a tool to spark important conversations.
While at university I was appointed Head of Marketing for student fashion magazine Lippy. My role was to secure advertisements and organise launch events for our biannual print issues. A highlight of my work with Lippy was coordinating an advert from Bumble.
Reviewing gigs and festivals. Attended Bestival 2017 as member of the press.
Alongside my degree I helped set up a new society that looked to raise awareness of period poverty in both Uganda and the UK. I created campaign images, helped organise inventive fundraisers and kept our new recruits updated on upcoming events using Mailchimp.
My dissertation was both a feminist reading and historical interpretation of three William Faulkner novels. I examined how Faulkner critiques and deconstructs values of the Old South by targeting a totem of its society: women, specifically mothers.