At age 24 I set up Kollektiv Gallery, which took 20 artists through a programme of crowdfunding, opening a pop up gallery, running workshops and events - over and over, with different people every time graduating from the Kollektiv experience. I started telling my story and sharing my business model up and down the country with universities and schools. I eventually found myself in New Zealand, where I started the Cyber Nectar Art Festival in Wellington. Now I'm based in London, I work at the Hayward Gallery and also offer project management, consulting and producing to other creative groups, for example The Big Art Herstory Group.Locked Pro Plan feature
Interludes between art, sport and fashion.
Delivering high qualities debate and discussion about artist's work at our brutalist home, the Hayward Gallery, London.
Opening galleries in vacant properties, artists management, creative consultancy, visual interview archive, education and support, workshops and events, galleries and festivals.
I received this award for finding sustainable ways to help shape Brighton's dilapidated high street whilst supporting burgeoning creatives who were finding it hard to begin their career. I was made a regional winner and a finalist for the national award.