I started my career within the arts by doing a few short courses in Screen printing. Since then I have interned within a few companies including Christopher Farr Cloth, where I helped set up their exhibition 'Form Through Colour' at Somerset House in 2004. The past three years I have worked for Insley and Nash who were a bespoke textile screen printing company. Through Insley and Nash I have printed for a range of clients including Damien Hirst, BBC, and fashion designer Hussein Chalayan. I have an excellent eye for detail and fully proficient on Microsoft and Photoshop. I'm a friendly, organised, reliable individual who is looking for a new challenge.
Prepare/clean and coat screens Colour matching to pantone references Responsible for projects from small sampling to printing 20 metre lengths Writing up processes and documenting each stage of printing Assisting the head of print
Mahala is a business created by Emily Griffin. I helped her create bags for her to sell. Also I gave my assistance in helping the branding of 'Mahala'. Emily now has a successful shop on Well Street, where she sells interior products, bags and fashion.
Woodstock London is a luxurious children's accessory company. I helped in creating the products, and packing and sending parcels out.
Prepared samples for customers Organised/cleaned their showroom Helped set up their exhibition at Somerset House 'Form Through Cloth' Visited IVO's where they print their fabrics
Sociology-D Media Studies-C Textiles-D
English-C English Literature-C Science-D Business Communications-B Spanish-A Textiles-C Geography-C ICT-C French-B