Arts and events producer with over twelve years experience in the cultural sector. Focus on public realm, participation and audio narratives. Strengths in cross-art form programming, and cross sector partnerships. In 2018, I produced the campaign and immersive audio project - A Mile in My Shoes – Health and Social Care (Empathy Museum and The Health Foundation) which won 2 awards at The Drum Content Marketing Awards.
Projects credited in
- A Seat in SohoA Seat in Soho is an immersive exhibition that shines a light on a handful of the two and half thousand residents of the famous London disctrict. Supported by Arts Council England, theatre designer and artist Stella Cecil and creative producer Tiphaine Tailleux created a community living room in a shop front on Ganton Street in the heart of Soho where visitors can sit back and listen to audio portraits of eight of Soho’s longstanding residents.
Projects ProducerThe Empathy Museum
London, United KingdomFull Time
I curate and produce A Mile in My Shoes, including and the award winning iteration – A Mile in My Shoes Health and Social Care 2018 ( 5 Drum Awards) My role includes strategy, account management, fundraising, partnership building, community outreach, and research. I have built and managed relationships with Microsoft, Lush Cosmetics, The Health Foundation, Help Refugees and The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network
- Project Management
- Build Relationships
- Conference Production
- Public Speaking
- Workshop Facilitation
- Production Co-ordination
- Community Outreach
Best Live/Virtual Event Campaign and Best Social Good CampaignThe DrumAn interactive shoe shop, A Mile in My Shoes invites you to literally step into a pair of someone else’s shoes and embark on a mile-long physical, emotional and imaginative journey to see the world through their eyes. I delivered the award-winning A Mile in My Shoes: Health and Social Care, to promote the people behind the NHS and social care, through an immersive experience.