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I am currently working in creative production for fashion photoshoots. I also have a high level of experience in styling and set design. I was previously the resident curator at a well know East London art space.
July 2014 – Present: Assistant Creative Co-ordinator at Hungry Tiger, Creative Agency Working within a busy team coordinating the product and creative photoshoots for top luxury and big brand names such as Jimmy Choo, Smythson, Mary Katrantzou, Joseph, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and many more. I manage and schedule all stylists across the company. I conduct daily briefing to all team members. I am apart of creating initial concepts, all research right through to completion on internal and external briefs. I source props, run model castings and scout locations. I am in constant communication with clients. I organise collection and deliveries of products, regularly in contact with couriers. I work with the post production team looking over imagery and finally uploading imagery to clients.
May 2011 – August 2013: Kim Howells Assisting stylist Kim Howells on various fashion editorials and styling from concept to completion of the various projects. Including HUSK magazine; House of Organza and the Jessie J “It’s My Party” music video.
February 2011 – August 2012: Alex Noble Personal Assistant to fashion designer and artist Alex Noble. Working on a variety of projects within fashion and music. Including garment construction for Lady Gaga, Florence Welch and Beth Ditto, as well as set design for clients such as MTV (European Music Awards, Belfast) and Lovebox Festival (2011). Other roles included assisting with the organisation of three shows for London Fashion Week, as well as managing a busy creative studio.
March 2012 – December 2014: Curator at Dalston Superstore Every 3 months the renowned bar Dalston Superstore presented a new exhibition. I created concepts for each show; sourced upcoming creative talents, as well as established artists for solo and group shows, organised the exhibitions, organised all PR and marketing for the event and curated and installed each exhibition.
Role included; studio manager (scheduling and managing work-flow through the studio), coordinating and installing exhibitions, organising and attending client meetings and assisting with the art direction of Alan Taylors film for Selfridges BrightYoungThings.
September 2010 – December 2010: Fred Butler Style Assisting accessories, prop designer, and art director Fred Butler with the running of the busy studio, with creative involvement on many projects including a Vogue commission.
Fashion and Textiles