Sally Hattrell

Sally Hattrell

Aspiring IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
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Sally Hattrell

Sally Hattrell

Aspiring IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Hi there! I'm Sally! I graduated Norwich university of the Arts with a BA (Hons) in Illustration in 2017, and ever since I've been dreaming of a job within the creative industry. I enjoy fashion, fine arts, and illustration. As well as creative writing, looking after my many pets, and a good coffee. I have a strong, creative and colourful energy, always up for a chat about anything, and always willing to help other creatives.
Work history
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    Receptionist/AdminGilberts Chartered Accountants
    St Albans, United KingdomPart Time
    Front of house and the face of the company to those coming in to meet with partners. I answer the phones, organised travel and holidays, and even ordered cakes!
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    Set PainterChickenshed Theatre
    Cockfosters, Barnet EN4 9NE, UKFreelance
    I'm a freelance volunteer set and prop painter for Chickenshed theaters. During my time there I have helped paint their famous Christmas show sets as well as smaller projects such as their production 100% Chance of Rain. During my time there I have worked with many producers and creative directors in the theater industry.
Skills
  • Painting
  • Fashion Drawing
  • Drawing
  • Illustration
  • Creative Writing
  • Art Theory
  • Adobe Software
  • Digital Painting
  • Character Art
  • Menswear
Education
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    BA (hons) IllustrationNorwich University College of the Arts (NUCA)
     - Norwich, United Kingdom
    My studies within my degree centered around the topic of Male Beauty within the fashion industry, fine art, and creative writing. I explored the stereotypes and expectations men are told to conform to within Western society, and extending into Japanese and South Korean culture as well. I studied how our culture's beliefs in what men should be originated from beliefs held by the Ancient Greeks, Romans, and even Celtic Tribes. My dissertation explored similar ideas, and expanded to LGBT+ and female artists challenging what masculinity means and how a society more tolerant of non-stereotypical men is much better for all people.