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Previous job title 'Assistant Commissioning Editor'.
I completed a three week placement at Vogue working closely with the Editors.
I worked closely with the Production Manager as her assistant and was given considerable responsibility in organising the live panel discussions for Menswear Spring / Summer 2015. I was also responsible for providing live online coverage for many shows, primarily using social media. During Graduate Fashion Week 2014 I assisted the Production Manager in organising and running a Live Shoot.
I founded the curatorial brand called STITCH in 2014. This had its first exhibition in January at Mark Hix’s CNB Gallery. Managing the project meant I had to diversify my skills to cover every area of the project, from artist liaison, exhibition curation and graphic design to promotion and PR. I ran the project independently and learnt to manage a team of people.
I acted as artist liaison, interpreter and translator throughout the preparation and installation of the show due to being able to speak Italian with the non English-speaking artist. I gained a very intimate insight into all steps of the exhibition process.
I interned and then was promoted to PA to the Associate Publisher at Dazed and Confused Magazine. I was responsible for planning and organising the diary of Robert Montgomery whilst liaising with contacts, keeping track of expenses, scheduling meetings and booking travel.
I completed my degree with a 2:1.
I completed my Art Foundation with a Distinction, specialising in Fine Art.
A Level Art, French, English and Philosophy
Brainchild was voted Best Independent Festival in 2015.