Recently graduating from the Arts University at Bournemouth (2012), studing Costume with Performance design (Ba Hons), I have become driven to succeed in the industry. ? I have a variety of skills within costume and set design as well as adminstration, communications, research and business management, with a growing passion and love for theatre and film. My drive for organisation and creating the best image has given me the ability to succeed. My ability to adapt has allowed me to persue different avenues with in the industry, becoming versitile, creative and flexible. I am an enthusiastic and hard working person with a flexible and dedicated nature. Being able to maintain a good repour with team members within a working environment has enabled me to help with a smooth day to day running. I have precise organisation and communication skills, which allows me to create flawless preparation for any project. It has been said that my work ethic is outstanding and I maintain good communication skills within the department and outside. My ability to quickly adapt to different environments is brilliantly suited to a working environment. I like to challenge myself, bringing a strong sense of initiative and using the facilities and resource provided in the most efficient and logical manner. I also have a strong sense of problem solving, which I can guarantee to bring to the table. Outside of my career I am interested in films, art, literature, being active and travelling.
Working alongside the designer to revive a children's show in the westend to co-alongside the tour of Women in Black.
Working with children 5-14 years old, faciliating their play in a safe environment.
Working on the Katherine Jenkin's Christmas Special, looking after the audience and dancers, doing fittings, stand by, alterations and buying.
Working as needed for the crowd in the filming of 'Father Brown'. Doing costume fittings, stand by, alterations and buying.
Creating and designing costumes for the Weymouth Olympic Opening Ceremony. Working with a cast of 70 proffessional and amateur disabled actors. Managing a team of 15 makers and 20 designers to create the vision. Event organising and marketing, budgeting and scehduling.
Designing the show of 'Ice Cream, Hot Fudge' for an MA production. Looking at the context of the play and having a contemporary look with an 80's influence.
Working in a country pub. The
Awards to celebrate the dedication towards the cultural olympaid. This was towards the Olympic opening ceremony in Weymouth.