Pauline Bonard-Chabot

Copyright Licensing Administrator

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Events
  • Publishing
  • Visual Arts
  • Administration
  • Excel
  • Indesign
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Word
  • Customer Service
  • Business Planning and Strategy
  • Licensing
  • Self-publishing
  • Market Competitive Analysis
  • Creative Industries

Work history


Copyright Licensing Administrator


Feb 2013
  • Acting as an agent for artists such as Richard Long, Tracey Emin, Yinka Shonibare, Jake & Dinos Chapman or Peter Doig, as well as the Estates of Francis Bacon, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso or Andy Warhol Clearing rights for clients in the book publishing, newspapers & magazines, museums, auction houses & commercial galleries, TV & film or advertising industries Responsible for researching and reviewing pricing structures for digital uses Team player in an organisation under change Part of the launch and delivery of Artimage, DACS’ new service


Business Development Intern


Sep 2012 - Feb 2013
  • Supporting research & development for DACS’ new serving Artimage’s business case Research, data analysis, benchmarking, creation of tools for recruitment and scoring, supporting the development of u/x strategy and of the service’s price structure


Archives & Publications Intern

Fondation Nestlé Pour L’art

Feb 2011 - Jul 2011
  • › Assisting the Executive Secretary on a special publication on the occasion of the Foundation 20th anniversary; writing briefs and abstracts from the Foundation archives; managing contact details and communication with the Foundation stakeholders; participation in events with the Foundation stakeholders, such as board meetings and the annual meeting of the partners › Conception, content management, and launching of a Facebook page for the Foundation


Press Office Intern


Apr 2009 - Jun 2009
  • Assistant to the Press Officer; writing press releases, maintaining contacts database, management of the press reviews, creation of a distribution list, participation in the press conference, arranging travel arrangements and welcoming journalists



Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship

Goldsmiths’, University of London

Aug 2011 - Jul 2013
  • Program composed of strong cultural studies theory on the cultural industries and business modelling classes, whose aim is to enable people with a creative background to turn their idea into viable companies and to position themselves within the landscape of the Creative Industries. › Projects included business plans for an artists-based business consultancy and a digital fashion & cultural magazine. Dissertation topic: The Artist and The Organisation: Questioning Arts-based initiatives. Explored the growing interest of businesses for creativity and the arts, the diffferent initiatives involving artists in companies, and their implication on artistic practices.