lisa armstrong

Production Assistant

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

About me


An experienced creative production assistant with an academic background within the Arts. I am extremely technically able and specialise in the planning and construction of temporary public installations and events.



  • Events
  • Fine Art
  • Creative Event
  • Exhibition
  • Promotional Event
  • Creative
  • Office Management
  • Producing
  • Project Management
  • Event Organisation
  • Production Assistant
  • Excel
  • Office
  • Powerpoint
  • Word

Work history


Production Assistant

Allez Studio

Mar 2015 - Jan 2016
  • Allez! is an immersive events studio that works in collaboration with creative partners. Working with a team of two others as part of the larger Output Group, I am involved with all stages of Allez! projects, from research and development, creatively pitching ideas, to execution and delivery. I support the Creative Producer in larger scale projects, as well as run jobs independently. Within the team, I specialise in envisaging and managing the production of more technical installations, which utilizes my creative and mathematic background. I understand the importance of being able to communicating clearly between partners, suppliers and clients and ensure the details of every stage of a project are correct. I always oversee the installation of Allez! projects. Clients I have worked for include: Penguin, Freemantle, SAP, BBC, Westfield and Citroen DS.


Office Assistant

Studio Output

Mar 2014 - Apr 2015
  • Based in London, this role involved the day-to-day management of all 4 studios. In this role, I showcased my ability to multitask and problem-solve to ensure all staff were supported. Working independently, I learnt a lot of new skills within this role and often worked within the different company departments such as production, IT support, marketing and research.



Fine Critical Practice

University of Brighton

Jan 2016 - Jan 2016


    A Level Photograph, Math and AS Further Math

    New College, Nottingham

    Aug 2007 - May 2009