Sarah Howe

Photographer / Artists Assistant

FollowUnfollow

Join our Pro Plan to message Sarah

You can only message people who are following you. If you’d like to message this person, simply join our Recruiter Pro Plan.

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

Projects

View all

Are you sure?

Do you really want to delete project Shiver?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to hide project Shiver?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to unhide project Shiver?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to delete project Private Lives ?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to hide project Private Lives ?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to unhide project Private Lives ?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to delete project Emma?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to hide project Emma?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to unhide project Emma?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to delete project Bodies?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to hide project Bodies?

Are you sure?

Do you really want to unhide project Bodies?

About me

 

I am a detail orientated project assistant with a passion for creativity and technology. Over the past three years I have honed my organisational skills whilst both assisting and leading on a host of projects. This experience has proven my ability to prioritise effectively and work in a flexible and personable manner. I am seeking to expand upon these skills with the view to take on further responsibilities within a dynamic team environment.

Skills

 

  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Visual Arts
  • Art Direction
  • Excel
  • Indesign
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Word
  • Lightroom
  • Instagram
  • Asset Management
  • Socail Media
  • Mail Chimp
  • Photograghy

Work history

Currently

Artists Assistant

Natasha Caruana

Nov 2012
  • I have worked closely with Natasha over the past two years overseeing a number of national and international exhibitions, and carrying out research and practical assistance on a variety of projects. Key responsibilities: Diary management Research Booking flights Coordinating the shipment and packaging of Art works Creating and updating databases and supporter lists Writing and scheduling newsletters Liaising with galleries and international curators Composing and responding to emails Scheduling interviews and press Invoicing Coordinating shoots Archiving material

2015

Picture Library Assistant

Wateraid

Nov 2012 - Mar 2015
  • As a freelance picture Library assistant I enjoy working with a database of photographs from high profile and country based photographers. Whilst compiling and cataloging interviews and case studies. Key responsibilities: Captioning images Key wording Cataloging photographs Writing up case studies from transcripts and interviews

2015

Artists Assistant

Natasha Caruana

Sep 2012 - Mar 2015
  • I have worked closely with Natasha over the past three years overseeing a number of national and international exhibitions, and carrying out research and practical assistance on a variety of projects. Key responsibilities: Diary management Research Booking flights Coordinating the shipment and packaging of Art works Creating and updating databases and supporter lists Writing and scheduling newsletters Liaising with galleries and international curators Composing and responding to emails Scheduling interviews and press Invoicing Coordinating shoots Archiving material

2014

Research & Production Assistant

Afshin Dehkordi

Apr 2013 - Jan 2014
  • Over a period of one year I conducted research for Afshin, procuring rare items and working with specialists, including beekeepers, artists and arcade technicians. Key responsibilities: Accumulating and presenting research Creating and maintaining databases Problems solving and logistics Liaising with third parties to secure rare items and services Composing and responding to emails Co ordinating meetings and appointments

Education

2010

Photographic Art

University of Westminster

Aug 2007 - May 2010
  • This is a course in the creative and critical practice of photography. Students are encouraged to develop their own visual practice through an appreciation of the history of the medium as well as a critical understanding of its wider social and cultural significance.