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Rebecca Mallinson

Project Co-ordinator

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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationUnited Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsCreative Director - Project Manager - Creative Project Manager

Skills

  • Fashion
  • Art Direction
  • Copywriting
  • Event Planner
  • Office Management
  • Project Management
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Excel
  • Indesign
  • Word

Work history

Currently

Project + Exhibition Co-ordinator

London College of Fashion

Jun 2014
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • Providing proactive, versatile, collaborative support to LCF Creative Directors and internal/external stakeholders. Establishing and co-ordinating multiple industry projects each term to ensure they run to time, budget and achieve expectations. Experience working with international organizations. Coordinated the design and organisation of LCFBA15, LCFBA16 and LCFBA17 Press Catwalk and Exhibitions, plus the international Art of Dress exhibition which toured between New York, Dubai, Shanghai, Florence and London. Worked on the MA17 Exhibition plus three years of the Fashion Matters Gala. Worked on projects with Microsoft, United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women, Bally, SHOWstudio, Braun, Cass Art, ELLE Magazine and Turnbull & Asser.

Education

2017

MA Material and Visual Culture

UCL

Sep 2015 - Sep 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • This programme is designed as an advanced research degree providing exposure to a vanguard and creative field within anthropology and related disciplines. Reading recent ethnographic writing on visual, material and digital culture, exploring the contribution of key thinkers in the field and engage a number of key theoretical paradigms. Then moving onto a range of case studies highlighting material culture in the wider world - ranging from art, through photography, clothing, consumption, cultural memory, monuments and the built environment with a view to exploring how these might be illuminated from a material culture perspective. My research dissertation focused on on post-organicism within digital design algorithms, 3D printing and collaborative processes.