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Phoebe Mead

Corporate Partnerships at TateLondon, United Kingdom
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Phoebe Mead

Corporate Partnerships at TateLondon, United Kingdom
Projects
  • Son Joan CommissionA commission shot, styled, directed and retouched by me. Son Joan is an emerging experimental musician based in London. These photographs (shot in a professional photographic studio) are published across Son Joan's social media accounts and used as press imagery.
  • hose. CommissionImages shot and retouched by me through a collaboration with fashion designer, Rebecca Cluett. As well as being the freelance photographer, I was also an Assistant Art Director, helping Rebecca to style, plan and visualise the outcome of the shoot, which was conducted in a make-shift studio using professional lighting. These images are for the website of 'hose.' and are used as lookbook images, product images and press images. www.hosetights.co.uk
  • Photography &Who We Are Photography & is a creative organisation founded by Livia Smith and Phoebe Mead.  What We Do Our zine publication offers a dialogue into the ever-expanding field of photography, exploring its employment through different modes of cross-disciplinarily art practice. We feature artists who blur the boundaries between different art forms. Using these examples, we hope to open up possible discussions surrounding photography’s inclusive position within the current field of visual arts. Our
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Projects credited in
  • Uniqlo Tate LatesOn the last Friday of every month, Tate Modern comes to life after-hours for Uniqlo Tate Lates. You'll find a mix of free art, music, film and workshops. Emerging and established DJs selected by NTS Radio soundtrack the night, alongside artist-led workshops, pop-up talks and film screenings. Find out more here.
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Work history
    Corporate Partnerships Account OfficerTATE
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    At Tate, I support in the management and benefit delivery for corporate partners of exhibitions, additional programmes and projects, ensuring that both the expectations of the client and the objectives of Tate are consistently met. This requires planning and managing a range of corporate partner benefits such as employee engagement activity, workshops, tours and talks, as well as liaising with a range of teams and individuals at Tate at varying levels to report on, update and progress projects.
    Account Manager/ProducerTheobald Fox
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    I managed the day to day output of a creative studio, delivering to tight deadlines whilst coordinating and coherently communicating creative guidelines, briefs and feedback to/from clients. This role provided me with a strong understanding of traditional and digital marketing, as well as PR and communications experience. This role saw me travel globally (France and Japan) acting as a Producer on behalf of the company, as well as requiring me to maintain and build professional relationships with clients at the highest seniority.
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Skills
  • Word
  • Film Photography and Processing
  • Bridge
  • Pages
  • Hasselblad
  • Scanning
  • Light and Lighting
  • 35mm Film
  • Studio and Location Photography
  • Darkroom
  • Mounting
  • Canon Nikon Dslr
  • Scanning Negatives
  • Keynote Powerpoint
  • Creative Arts
  • 3D Artist
  • Art and Creative Direction
  • Art Assistant
  • Gallery Assistant
  • Picture Research
  • Editorial
  • Artist Liaison
  • Adobe Bridge
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • 120 Film
  • Film Processing
  • Curating Photography
  • Content Curation
  • Account Management
  • Project Management
  • Branding
  • Comms
  • Strategy
  • PR
Education
    BA (Hons) Photographic ArtsUniversity of Westminster
     - London, United Kingdom
    Grade achieved: First Class Honours
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    BTEC Extended Diploma in PhotographyCity College Brighton & Hove
     - Brighton, United Kingdom
    Grade achieved: Double Distinction