Hi, I'm Olivia. I'm a content creator with a background in marketing, PR, events and radio. I'm based in London and am currently looking for opportunities to move towards roles in production and content creation. I currently run an art-based Instagram that has organically grown to nearly 7,000 followers over the last 12 months. I'm deeply involved with my community there and have expanded to create video content on Youtube, reaching nearly 40,000 views since December 2017. In my spare time I write music, and am pretty adept at using Logic and Ableton. I know my his from my mids. I also run a blog over at Finding INKA (see below), where I post long-form content from time-to-time. My English Literature degree gives me a strong handle on writing copy. Professionally, I've trained 150 people how to use a radio studio, I've designed and produced two summer music courses for young people, I've worked PR at Canadian Music Week and have scored a UK Student Radio Awards nomination for 'Best Interview' category. I'm looking to work somewhere that gives me the opportunity to input ideas, work my way up the ladder and grow as a producer and content creator.Locked Pro Plan feature
My current responsibilities include: - Events organisation and logistics, liaising with venues and booked guests - Promotion of college through social media, mailing lists and events - Creating branded imagery for the college on Adobe Photoshop - Writing blog posts and copy for the website - Content creation for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter - Aiding in website management - Ensuring our visual brand is delivered across all content internally and externally, including but not limited to the correct use of fonts, images, logos and graphics in line with the college’s brand guidelines. - Working with Agile CRM to manage customer contacts and mailing campaigns - Sending mailers through Mailchimp - Setting up Google AdWords and Facebook Ads
In 2014 I moved to Toronto and became a Press Intern for a music management and marketing company called AB Co. This involved working at high-profile festivals such as Canadian Music week, drafting copy, brainstorming new ways to engage over social media and producing reports for our clients based on analytics.
I was Head of Training and Development for Edinburgh University's student radio station, FreshAir.org.uk. I re-designed the training scheme and trained over 150 new and current members of a student radio station within 1 month.