24 year old American Studies graduate from Sussex University. Much of my work revolves around managing and marketing music events in London and Brighton. I also write and have been published in various publications online and in print. Please check out my website for more details http://www.patrickcarnegy.co.uk/
Deadly Rhythm is a music events company that is run by myself and two other members. Since 2009 we have hosted regular events in London, as well as Glasgow, Brighton and a festival stage in Croatia. Between myself and the two other co-founders we make joint decisions on booking DJs and artists to perform,, whilst also creating a marketing strategy for how we want to present each of our events. I have also been responsible for writing copy for the events, to be used in press releases, e-mail campaigns, and to be rolled out through our social media channels.
Black Atlantic is a music events company, putting on shows of varying sizes, from small club to shows up to 1000+ capacity shows at venues and spaces throughout London. In a small team of three I had the responsibility of creating, keeping up to date, and implementing a full marketing plan for each event. I was also heavily involved in the booking, programming and managing of each event, and ensuring all events were delivered within a set budget.
Thump is the electronic music channel from Vice. I completed a three-month internship helping to launch the site. During my time there I wrote a number of articles about topics that surround the world of dance music and clubbing culture. I also carried out interviews and proofread other articles to be published on the site, and was involved in developing new pitches for features on the website. As well as liaised with management and PR companies to help create and source content to be used on the website.
Whilst in my final year at the University of Sussex I worked as a part time intern and editorial assistant at Forward Worldwide, a strategic content and marketing agency. During my time there I was writing articles and advertorials for their property and lifestyle magazine Fabric, and carrying out research for Patek Philippe, a luxury lifestyle magazine, exclusively distributed to owners of Patek Philippe watches. This involved writing segments for publication in the magazine and to be published on their website, as well as carrying out research for other articles.