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My current role is Producer for a fast-paced multi-disciplinary creative agency based in Hoxton. As the only producer in the studio my role is varied and encompasses project, production, client and business management. My day to day responsibilities include: - Liaising with clients directly to produce briefs, manage the budgets and acting as the main point of contact throughout the delivery of all projects - Project strategy and research - Managing the production on all projects, including print, photography, film, exhibitions and installations - Project planning and management of master schedule and workflow - Working on/contributing to proposals and presentations - Overseeing and managing the roster of freelancers and interns
ML Studio was a hybrid design and film production company. We worked mainly with live experiences, especially those that involved moving images, light and music. My position was Project Manager and this entailed everything from managing freelancers and clients, research and concept development, overseeing production, scheduling and budget management.
After working on various curatorial projects outside of work hours, I set up a company called The Busy Nice, focusing on the varying creative interests of myself and my artist sister, Erin Forsyth. A project-based approach was decided upon and this allowed us to produce exhibitions, undertake commissions and to establish the studios ‘Method and Manners’. Project highlights include the highly publicised ‘Do You Mind’ collaborative project with Auckland University’s Centre for Brain Research, an exhibition for the 2011 inaugural We Can Create conference and a large scale installation commission for Tiger Translate 2010.
The Auckland War Memorial Museum is one of New Zealand's most important museums and war memorials. Its collections concentrate on New Zealand history, natural history, as well as military history. My first role was as Project Coordinator role for the Capital Projects team. Working with the Director of Capital Projects and the Artistic Director, I coordinated the delivery of these projects over a period of 2 years. This included internal and external consultation, working with the external agency on the roll out of the new brand, coordinating the implementation of new onsite branding and wayfinding signage, updating interior fit-outs and other projects outside of the exhibition schedule. I was then promoted to Exhibition Coordinator, which saw me coordinate and assist in the development and delivery of both temporary and permanent exhibitions at the Museum. This also extended beyond exhibitions, to coordinating promotional campaigns, blogging and assisting the Manager of Exhibitions/Content and Interpretation.
In 2010 Auckland Museum produced an exhibition focusing on NZ