I am responsible for creating engaging content at live fighting events including UFC, Boxing, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) by updating social media networks and live feeds, requiring the ability to work both quickly and accurately. I have covered high-profile events and Press Conferences in Brazil, Australia and the UK.
I was part of a panel at Queen’s College, Oxford to share my experience working as a woman in the film industry, alongside the Oxford Women’s International Society and the London Film Collective.
I worked as an Assistant Director and Producer for Australian Director Mark Nunnari in his debut feature film, Brutally Honestly Love set in Sydney, Australia. My responsibilities included funding, locations, casting calls and shooting of the first phase. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGT1ApBrPos
I was responsible for building the IPA’s online presence and promoting brand awareness through the use of social media networks, predominately Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I also delivered regular competitor reviews, detailed press exposure and ran campaigns and promotions.
I was responsible for initiating an online fundraising and crowdfunding campaign to open up a restaurant for a Syrian refugee called Talal, who had resettled in Brazil. I used my knowledge and experience of Facebook and Instagram to coordinate fundraising efforts, raising a total of £10,000 in just two months. I continued to support Talal by managing the restaurant’s social media and public relations strategy for a further year.
I was a guest speaker at Finger Lakes Film Festival in New York. I gave a speech via Skype outlining my experience of writing and directing my own documentary with students and teachers from Ithaca College and Cornell University.
As Assistant Director, my roles included research for the mood board, coordinating and running meetings with Unilever’s Marketing department, casting calls and communications with the crew, shooting and post-production. Link: https://vimeo.com/129160579
During the 2014 World Cup, I was the Assistant Director for a Google and Adidas collaboration (All in or Nothing – Adidas) featuring David Beckham and a number of other high-profile footballers. My main responsibility was in post-production, working with editors and members of Google’s Marketing and Animation departments. Link: https://vimeo.com/131096586
I was an Assistant Producer for the feature film ‘Ponte Aérea’. My responsibilities included location scouting, film scheduling, supporting the crew, art department, wardrobe, catering, transport, accommodation and any production enquiries off set. Link: https://vimeo.com/202666759
I was responsible for writing two weekly reviews about the music industry for Seat Capital, an English blog hosting worldwide musical reviews.
I worked on a two month project to launch a social media marketing strategy for new clients. I was also responsible for coordinating the posting schedule, content creation, monitoring, analytics and reporting
In 2012, I wrote, co-directed and produced a short documentary on foreign tourism in the largest favela in Rio de Janeiro. In order to research the script for the film, I lived in the ‘Favela da Rocinha’ for six months which helped me to gain an insight into the impact of tourism in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro. My Co-Director and I sold the documentary to three TV channels in Brazil. Link: https://vimeo.com/70516824
I was responsible for monitoring social media network accounts, ongoing customer service, answering press queries and promoting the TRX brand in Brazil.
I worked on a political research project, evaluating the internet campaigns of the most influential senators and city councillors in Brazil. The white paper we published featured in-depth analysis of Social Media websites, Youtube and campaign blogs.
This was my debut role in the film industry. I was responsible for the online fundraising, pre-production, sponsorship, shooting, post-production and festival submissions for the independent short film ‘The Earth is Blue’. Link: https://vimeo.com/165461782
I won a junior journalist contest in my second year of university, and was awarded the opportunity to go to the Amazon rainforest to cover a story of my choice. I covered the activities of the Brazilian Army on the borders with Bolivia and Venezuela, which are routes of drug trafficking, black market consumer electronics, immigration, and weapons. My writing was published in [regional] newspapers and magazines.