A hardworking, persistent, and enthusiastic individual who takes pride in every task, this can be seen through my academic and professional achievements. In the last three years, I have taken it upon myself to work at a number of placements during my studies to gain as much experience and knowledge as possible. I pride myself on being a reliable, hardworking and creative individual who thinks in an innovative way, being a team player that is firmly organised and self-motivated. Having a range of creative production experience, showing a fascination with popular culture, broadcasting and fashion. My skills lend themselves to writing, production and content creation.
Rinse FM is an urban radio station that specialises in underground, grime and hip hop music. As the producer of The Breakfast Show I am responsible for the live output of the three hour show. Being a live show means that I have to be meticulous with the show plans so that the presenter knows exactly how it should be transpired. This includes having a vigorous track list, scheduling social media posts, sourcing engaging content on a daily basis, and turning ideas into reality. Extensive research and scripting interview questions is a regular task while sourcing relevant guests for the show. One aspect of the role that I love is creating video content and curating social media content for Instagram and Twitter as I feel it not only creates fantastic audience interaction but a transparency. All work must be created with the specific target audience in mind.
I have been a presenter for Women of Power UK’s iTunes podcast The ConverHERsation since July 2018. The recordings are once a month and involve 45 minute episodes hosted by four women from various backgrounds discussing a range of topics from body image, sexuality, hypersensitivity within society and men in feminism to name a few. Prior to recording, I am sent a brief to which I am responsible for researching and forming my own educated opinion towards the matter. Being involved in a women’s organisation has taught me the importance of female empowerment. As a podcast presenter on this particular panel I have refined my researching skills and the ability of discovering unique angles to provide engaging discussions.
Never Fully Dressed are an established independent fashion brand that prides themselves on empowering women through clothing. Since January 2018 I have assisted on the management of their social media content and the cultivation of their brand identity. My day-to-day tasks included coordinating shoots, sourcing relevant models, assisting on the styling, shooting the video content of the products and overseeing the campaigns. Two major projects that I worked on over the year of 2018 were their European pop-up stores in both Copenhagen and Barcelona. Not only did I assist on planning the pop-ups, but I also attended both and was responsible for the PR of the events, liaising and securing various venues, forecasting stock levels for shipping, processing invoices to the accounts team and general office management. The highlight of my time with Never Fully Dressed was back in March of 2018 after three months of working with the company, my video content that I shot, directed and edited was played across the London Underground. The adverts featured across twelve stations including London Liverpool St. and London Bridge. Most recently I shot their SS19 Collection campaign and Bridal wear launch.
A creative events agency for fashion, beauty and lifestyle whom annually curates the British Fashion Awards and various catwalk shows for London Fashion Week. Since starting as an intern back in 2014, I have continued to work with INCA on a regular basis helping deliver their live events. This role involves assisting on the live production of fashion shows, conferences and product launches. Some key clients that I have worked for have include Anya Hindmarsh, Temperely, Gareth Pugh, Google, GQ, Soho Farmhouse, Huawei and L’Oréal, Mulberry, Bumble UK, Dom Pérignon, and Cartier.
I was brought in to assist on the production of their biggest student event, Origins 2018 which took place at the OXO Tower for a 6 week temporary booking. My role as the Events Coordinator was to plan, administrate, and organise the large scale event while providing an exceptional level of customer service to the colleges and attendees. Specifically, during this time I contributed to the management of the venue, curator, colleges and students involved. During my time at UAL, my main duties included scheduling the running of the event, managing invoices and expenses from students and schools involved in the exhibition, and assisting on the live production of the three day event.
During my time with Hoxton Radio I wrote articles and reviews for the website while co-presenting 'At The Counter' every Wednesday afternoon. The show was a two hour live show discussing all the foodie finds around town and interviewing some incredible people within the industry.
A creative production agency that specialises in luxury brands. Between my second and final year at University, I worked for Another A Story as their production assistant during their busiest time. My position held a large creative relevance for their upcoming projects, helping style and design their events. During my time with the team, I was working on projects for major clients including CHANEL, Ruinart, Roksanda Krug, and LODHA. This position allowed me to refine my pre and post production skills including liaising directly with high profile clients, creating proposals, providing administrative assistance to the team, and invoicing to name a few.
Chrome is a production company specialising in the production of commercials and advertising for a digital audience. During my internship with Chrome, I gave administrative support to the team, helped source locations, create mood boards, and deal with enquiries for two projects. One project was the production of a mini-series for Sotheby’s while the other was an advert set in Cyprus for TUI.
During my time at King's College London, I decided to study abroad for a semester equating to six months. During this time I studied a range of different topics, particularly focusing on the American justice system throughout literature.
Academically, I have recently completed a three year degree in English Literature and Language from King’s College London attaining a 2:1 for my studies. My degree in particular involved a great deal of independent research and analysis, requiring a strong initiative to plan and write engaging pieces of work on specific topics.