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I work on a free lance basis as a club leader for this international company that delivers high quality engaging school clubs to schools all over London. Presently, I teach a weekly after school game design club to 22 students from Year 3 and 4 at Vicarage Road Primary School, Newham. The club lasts one hour and I work alongside a school technician to deliver the club. I teach the students how to create their own games using PC laptops and the coding program Scratch. As the club is only one hour per week, I have to plan the classes very effectively to make sure I build up a good working relationship with the students and can deliver the instructions is a clear and accessible way, while keeping them on target to finish their games with the timeframe we are given. I also teach an ICT club at Annemount Preparatory School in Hampstead. I teach the full ICT curriculum to reception, year one and year two. My responsibilities include preparing the course to meet the national ICT curriculum, maintaining and preparing all the equipment including laptops, iPads and installing software. I also prepare detailed lesson plans, which are approved by the head teacher. The club lasts 3 hours with 6 half hour classes back to back. It involves a highly efficient and organized routine on my part.
I worked for one year in New York as a private tutor for 6 student (age 6-10) I prepared a specific course for each student and helped them with individual projects. • The subjects I covered included: painting (watercolour and acrylic), drawing, sculpture, art history and animation (hand-drawn, clay-mation, stop-motion and digital)
• I facilitated painting classes for beginners in groups of 10-30 people. • Secured venues, marketing and advertising Pop Up Painting events • Recruited artists to teach painting classes for the events • Sourced competitively priced equipment and materials as well as stock control. • Managed operations for events: liaising with customers and location managers, transport of kit, delegating to support staff, greeting customers and managing payments for on the night sales. • Analysed feedback and data collected from previous events • Managed a database of customers • Managed e-mail campaigns using mail chip. * I took a one year secondment to live and work in New York.
• I worked temping in many different departments throughout the university • Installed and Invigilated exhibitions in the UAL galleries • Marketing for UAL events and assisting during the events • Worked at reception at the main UAL High Holborn building
Managed reservations for the restaurant and hotel • Handled incoming and outgoing calls professionally, and noted messages for managers • Responded to email and fax inquires • Ordered office and hotel supplies, monitored stock levels
BA Fine Art
Monetary award give by the garment body Culture Ireland for Irish Artists to travel abroad to display their work. I was given the award to present a solo exhibition in New York at NYU. http://www.cultureireland.ie/funding
Monetary award given to Irish Artist to travel abroad to pursue professional training that is not available in Ireland. I was given the award to partially fund my Masters at Central saint Martins http://www.artscouncil.ie/Funds/Travel-and-Training-award/
An award given by the painting department in my Undergraduate degree to the student t had outstanding achievement during the course