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An extremely driven and creative artist filmmaker, studying at City & Guilds of London Art School. The founder, manager and editor of the arts magazine, Assemblage. An avid reader, with a strong eye for detail. Passionate about the arts, philosophy and psychology, particularly enjoying research-led projects. Continuously exploring the impact of digital technology on the human condition throughout my writing and artistic practice. Ready Player One? (2017): https://vimeo.com/239354817Locked Pro Plan feature
- Founded a student-run arts magazine, that provides a space for innovative thinking and creativity - Organise and lead team meetings, co-ordinating staff members and ensuring cohesion - Proof-read, edit and finalise all content, offering advice to all contributors - Use Adobe InDesign to create the magazine layout and logo, ensuring a high quality final product - Write content, on topics such as the perception of ‘woman’ online - Obtain rights to use materials from galleries, artists or other publications - Source funding for the magazine by liaising with the Head of the Fine Art department - Create and manage the magazine website, www.assemblagemagazine.co.uk - Set-up social media pages for the magazine; in the process of developing a marketing strategy
- Deliver a consistently high standard of customer service, acting as a first point of contact - Respond to and resolve support tickets, including: orders, deliveries, manufacturing defects, feedback, returns/refunds, fulfilment issues, subscriptions and other general questions - Buy from various third-party suppliers and vendors, often handling numerous different deadlines
- A freelance digital artist for the band ‘Goodbye Grace’; design all logos, fonts, digital artworks and layouts for album covers and posters
- Developed and honed administrative skills at South Thames College and TFA, an interiors company - Enrolled students, carried out transactions, issued ID cards, advised on courses and handled general queries - Acted as Office Administrator at TFA Interiors. Created and managed Excel systems, to track staff qualifications and compliance; compiled Operation & Maintenance manuals and Risk Assessment Method Statements for all projects, helped with deliveries, answered phones and carried out other general administration duties
- Swiftly picked up a new computer operating system, to input data for advertisements aired - Worked to a 100% accuracy rate and scanned the system to correct any mistakes previously inputted; this was highly important as the channel would lose money for inaccurate data
- Conducted research to plan creative lessons to tutor students of varying ages - Carried out study visits to museums, to give students a different approach to their learning - Successfully aided students to excel in specific exams, such as the 11+ and GCSE’s
- A regional administrator, assisted four different branches - Conducted audits for all branches, checking candidate compliance - Responsible for the temp desk whilst the consultant was on sabbatical – sourced and interviewed candidates, successfully filling job roles - Conducted Market Presence Reports, researching the industry to evaluate the company position - Handled all candidate references, adhering to a strict schedule to ensure these were secured in time for candidates to enter bookings - Acted as the first point of contact for Reed, greeting candidates and clients at the office, answering the phones and taking on other ad-hoc general administration duties
- Delivered excellent customer service - Kept up-to-date with key trends and made sure I was well presented at all times - Assisted on tills - Tagged clothes and tidied shop floor - Assisted with stock management and deliveries - Helped customers in fitting rooms and with any queries at the store
Fine Art with a History of Art component
Certificate of Higher Education (2:1)
A Levels: Art & Design (A*), Mathematics (A*), Psychology (A) AS Level: Further Mathematics (B), Chemistry (C) GCSE: 10 A*-A, 1 B