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  • LevelSenior
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsNew Business Development - Project Manager - Client Account Manager


  • Visual Arts
  • Project Management
  • Fundraising
  • Business Development
  • Innovation Strategy
  • Curating
  • Experience Design
  • Client Relations
  • Gallery Administration
  • Art Events

Work history


Nov 2017 - Jan 2018
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Freelance
  • Project management & development support for Liberty Express; social practice project that dance & film to connect children from marginalised communities all over the world.


Campaigns Consultant

Children in Crisis

Aug 2017 - Nov 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Freelance
  • Designed and delivered a pilot to test the use of live international video links in fundraising campaigns.


Senior Client Services Manager

Together Fundraising

Feb 2014 - Aug 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • Headed accounts for charity clients including Unicef-UK, CRUK, WWF-UK and NSPCC, led six-figure contract negotiations, responsible for: ROI strategy, pricing structure, campaign evaluation, compliance (during changes in industry regulations), service innovation and testing. Implemented targeted venue strategy, negotiated price increases across all clients, exceeded growth targets. Responsible for creative strategy, design and production of marketing materials, staff training content, reporting, KPI management, campaign profitability and evaluation. Recruited over 65,000 regular donors, achieved never paid attrition rate under 12% on selected IG campaigns. Managed the transition from paper to online data capture, launched an SMS income channel, introduced integrated engagement campaigns, launched VR campaigns, managed innovation testing across all client accounts. Introduced Smartsheet project management software to streamline internal process and communication, led a project to overhaul workflow and communication content for the recruitment department, line-managed campaign executives, formed part of a senior management team overseeing 50+ field staff, developed pay-scales, supported the training department and set up online testing for field staff.


Project Manager

Cooper and Company

Nov 2012 - May 2013
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Freelance
  • In collaboration with FHE Galleries, co-ordinated a large-scale installation of Contemporary art & Pacific artefacts into an exclusive private lodge. Responsible for managing 300+ works requiring archival care and documentation. Oversaw logistics and managed a team of contractors and contributing artists. Involved research, acquisition, curatorial input, hands on design and relationship management. Project featured in US Architectural Digest.


Apr 2012 - Nov 2012
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Freelance
  • Headhunted to coordinate the program for ArtWeek Auckland, an arts festival involving 60 galleries and venues, 8 regions and over 100 events. Primary contact for all participants, worked closely alongside partners and stakeholders to build content and deliver the marking strategy, across print and digital. Forged new partnerships, curated content and established various additions to the program including installations, workshops and events involving notable writers, designers and fashions houses. Achieved 250% uplift in gallery foot traffic.


Gallery Manager

FHE Galleries

Feb 2010 - May 2012
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Full Time
  • Rapidly promoted from assistant to Gallery Manager. Assumed responsibility for all aspects of day-to-day operations, including exhibition planning and execution, research, inventory management, client relations, marketing and PR. Co-ordinated sell-out exhibitions grossing NZ$1m+, brokered international commissions and brought on board new clients. Represented some of NZ's leading contemporary artists in addition to working on collaborative projects involving local community groups. In 2011 opened a subsidiary gallery (FHE PROJECT) with a focus on emerging artists and attracting new audiences. Oversaw all aspects of set-up, from fit-out and branding to negotiating supplier contracts and scouting new artists. Established systems, processes and reporting. Established an internship program and line managed two gallery assistants. Represented both FHE PROJECT and FHE Galleries at the 2012 Auckland Art Fair.



Jun 2013
  • Umbria, Italy
  • Interdisciplinary study into international art crime and cultural heritage protection, with a research focus on digital technologies and their application in virtual repatriation.


Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Philosophy

The University of Auckland

Mar 2007 - Mar 2010
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Double major in Philosophy and Art History


3 A-levels (AAB), 4 AS-levels and 11 GCSEs (A*-A)

Cranleigh School

Sep 1998 - Jun 2003
  • United Kingdom
  • A-levels subjects: Art, Economics and Maths