Sharon Golden is an emerging British-Nigerian filmmaker. As a 1st Class BA (hons) Fashion Media & Promotion graduate, she employs a number of creative skills, including idea generation, art direction and the use of specialist software (Photoshop, inDesign and Premier Pro) to communicate with her audience. Her passions lie in storytelling, drawing inspiration from her heritage to produce a passionate body of work that celebrates the spirit of the people and culture that have shaped her, while translating these stories for today’s culturally conscious consumer.Locked Pro Plan feature
I participated in a live project as part of my university degree where I proposed and presented an innovative idea to the department store’s current creative director. I created a conceptual promotional video and campaign based on analytical market research of Harvey Nichols' brand position, their competitors and customer profiles.
Worked closely with creative director Wari Granville, generating creative content for the brand’s social media as a videographer and video editor. Assisted on an editorial shoot for Pride Magazine, as well as editorials for Nigerian and Ghanaian designers ‘Eki Orleans’ and ‘House of Peters Ghana.’ Handled day to day admin responsibilities, photographed samples and created email newsletters.
Experience working well under pressure in a fast pace environment as a fashion assistant backstage for designer ‘Boo Pala’. Front of house staff, involved in the structured planning of the event, seat allocation and ticket management.
I graduated from the University for the Creative Arts with a 1st Class Honours degree.