Tia Simon-Campbell

Tia Simon-Campbell

EVENT PRODUCERBeckenham, United Kingdom
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Tia Simon-Campbell

Tia Simon-Campbell

EVENT PRODUCERBeckenham, United Kingdom
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  • Riposte: Tia & Nadine, BBZ
    Riposte: Tia & Nadine, BBZTia & Nadine, BBZ Can you tell us about BBZ and why you started it? Tia: BBZ is an exhibition and club night, which is focused on eradicating misogyny and is centred on queer women and gender-neutral women of colour. I think the main reason why we started it was because we didn’t feel like there was a space for us to all gather and have genuine good vibes. Obviously the community aspect is really key to the club night. Is it a really powerful support network that you’ve built up? Tia: Yeah. I’m
  • gal-dem: bbz, the duo repping queer women of colour
    gal-dem: bbz, the duo repping queer women of colourBy Yero Timi-Biu, 4th May 2016 Yero is still on so much of a high after last month’s art exhibition and dance, BBZ at Buster Mantis, she decided to interview both founders about why they wanted to create a space celebrating women of colour of all spectrums. “BBZ is the kind of night where you can expect to experience art, good conversation and hear those tunes you always wish got played in the rave instead of your bedroom. The kind of night lead by cis, trans, queer AND/OR genderqueer/non-binary
  • DAZED 100: BBZ Collective
    DAZED 100: BBZ CollectiveOriginal Article: DAZED Click here to read in full Since their first exhibition-cum-shubz in April 2016, BBZ have been remoulding what queer nights look like on London’s club scene. Their format: a for-us-by-us style of art curation followed by a party, which showcases the best in QTIPOC art work and DJs. The duo behind BBZ are filmmaker Nadine Davis and photographer Tia Simon-Campbell, who draw on the creative output of south London to ensure they always bring in the most hype and the best-dre
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  • GUAP Magazine - The Freedom Edition ft BBZ
    GUAP Magazine - The Freedom Edition ft BBZThis Issue is based on Freedom and individuals who are fighting for freedom, expressing freedom through creativity and just being themselves. We're all given free will. Let's use it for good.
  • #FRIENDSONFILM x AFROPUNK BROOKLYN x BBZ x FRED PERRY
    #FRIENDSONFILM x AFROPUNK BROOKLYN x BBZ x FRED PERRYWas invited to take #friendsonfilm over to New York this summer for Afropunk Brooklyn courtesy of and supported by Fred Perry and BBZ! Had a #friendsonfilm installation booth with a black and champagne theme, where I welcomed people to be documented within the space. Check out more images on my site here Along with my Fred Perry interview here
  • Championing Diversity: This Black History Month 2018, meet 100 creatives inspiring change
    Championing Diversity: This Black History Month 2018, meet 100 creatives inspiring changeKaren Blackett OBE Chief executive at MediaCom Karen Blackett OBE, is chairwoman of MediaCom and a widely admired leader in ad-land, known for infusing authenticity with success. Karen was the first businesswoman to top the Powerlist 100, champions her uncommon position as a senior black woman in the advertising industry and openly discusses her working-class, second generation immigrant roots when in conversation with press. Karen is a huge inspiration for diversity in the creative industry.
  • Roxanne Tataei - Crimson Eyes
    Roxanne Tataei - Crimson EyesRoxanne Tataei’s new official music video for ‘Crimson Eyes’. 'Red eye' is one of the Caribbean's oldest and most potent phrases. A key aspect of the West African diaspora, it's a term that was retained by slaves, a patois phrase that means - essentially - someone who is jealous, or full of envy. South London's Roxanne Tataei knows the full depth of meaning behind the phrase, and it forms the spine of her new song 'Crimson Eye' - Robin Murray, Clash Magazine
  • Meet 100 LGBT+ Trailblazers Redefining the Creative Industry
    Meet 100 LGBT+ Trailblazers Redefining the Creative IndustryWe asked influential LGBT+ icons to nominate trailblazers who they believe are redefining the creator landscape. The result? A unique and incredible list of 100 trailblazing LGBT+ folk breaking barriers and inspiring change! We’re on a mission to explore and tackle inequalities in the creative industry - this is why we run diversity initiatives, dedicating our curated projects and people sections on The Dots to undersung groups. This brings together an abundance of dazzling work from diverse cr
  • Afropunk London Installation: My Yard
    Afropunk London Installation: My YardOverlooking AFROPUNK main stage, VIP festival goers will be invited to explore a series of three bedroom installations. “MY YARD“ is an installation inspired by the transient nature of the concept of home, for so many QTIPOC. Drawing on the lived experiences of the Black British Queer community, BBZ x I-D endeavours to create a space that pays homage to the Bedroom Dj’s, Black Neeks, Conscious Yutes, Bashment Studs, Trans Youth, Brown Punks, Road Femmes, Jungle Heads, Channel U Man-Dem and ev
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Skills
  • Fashion
  • Photojournalism
  • Picture Editing
  • Design
  • Documentary
  • Producing
  • Production Management
  • Creative Direction
  • Production Assistant
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Lightroom