Event/ Production Assistant looking for work in the live music industry after finishing a contract with Vevo. I’ve worked in live music for 4 years, first as a volunteer at the Great Escape and subsequently as a lighting tech and backline tech in venues in London and Brighton. More recently I worked with Vevo as a production assistant at The Great Escape and as Assistant to The Dressing Coordinator for The Pyramid and Other Stage at Glastonbury. Over these 4 years I’ve had the pleasure of working with artists such as; Girl Band, Courtney Barnett, Mabel, Blossoms, Jake Bugg and plenty more. I'm in this industry because of my passion for live music and understand the importance of the success of these events. For the Artist, Promoters, Venues and fans who pay to support the industry. I'm enthusiastic, intelligent, competent and sociable, able to play a strong role in team but through years of freelancing have grown comfortable in working independently. I'm looking to deepen my experience in the live music industry with the aim of working as a Production Coordinator for large scale music events.
Broadcast Assistant - Radio Wanno (Jul ’15 - present) Community radio station and literacy project at HMP Wandsworth designed to help inmates gain skills for rehabilitation and employment. My job includes: keeping playlists up to date and adjusting our music policy to fit the prison’s demographic, conducting and collating audience research, producing content, organising our digital library of content, managing a team of ‘wing reps’ to be the face of Radio Wanno throughout the prison. ?Skills: Audio editing + recording (Adobe Audition), microphone technique, leadership, mentoring, communication, play out systems, script writing, Microsoft Office, research, marketing, working to tight deadlines.?
Assisting the Head Of Live Production in preparation for the Vevo stage at The Great Escape festival and supporting the production of other smaller shows across London.
A three day country music festival taking place at numerous venues within the O2 Arena. ?Assisting the stage manager to coordinate load ins, liase with artists and technical crew to confirm the set up. Managing the stage when the Stage Manager wasn’t present.
For the past two years I’ve been responsible for co-ordinating the live stream for National Student Pride. This year I took on the role of Stage Manager along side my duties as live stream coordinator. Managing a team of 5 video and sound operators to ensure the success of the live stream Booking equipment Drawing and implementing technical layouts Working with the sound and lighting crew to ensure the smooth running of the event Organising stage layout, run times and changeovers
Livestream co-ordinator - National Student Pride Working with production team at NSP to broadcast their annual event live online. This includes managing a small team to set up camera and sound equipment on the day of the event, booking equipment, drawing technical layouts, sourcing and training camera operators and vision mixing. Skills: Project management, live sound mixing, vision mixing, communication, live broadcasting, budget management, technical production.
The degree’s focus was audio recording, editing and mixing for TV, film, radio and video games. ?- Practical and industry focused course of study through which I developed my proficiency in Logic Pro, Pro Tools and Adobe Audition. ? -My dissertation explored whether or not music could be utilised to better achieve the aims of education both in terms of musical education and environment. For this work I was awarded a First. ?