MEDIA & EVENTS
Running any business is time consuming and sometimes we could all use an extra pair of hands or a little specialist support. A fresh pair of eyes and a new perspective can work wonders for you and your business. Whether you’re a start-up needing to get your digital identity off the ground or an established brand looking for some creative input for a one-off event, look no further.
During my career I’ve worked in marketing, public relations and events and working on a freelance basis allows me to provide bespoke services tailored to your needs with a personal approach. Here are just some of the organisations I have supported.
Nestled in the heart of London’s Knightsbridge, 19 Beauchamp Place is one of the most desirable pop-up spaces in London. At its launch, the business owners needed to create a clear brand identity for the pop-up facility. They needed to engage agents and potential clients as well as championing resident brands. I created social media pages for the business and helped grow its online presence. Liaising with clients, I worked with them and their own digital marketing activities to promote products and in-store events during their time at Beauchamp Place.
Providing effective digital marketing solutions to business, LimeGreen Marketing pride themselves on injecting fresh thinking into brands marketing strategies in order to help them reach their customers. As account manager for this boutique digital marketing agency, I worked with multiple clients across a wide cross-section of industries including recruitment, technology, design, manufacture and lifestyle. By creating strategic digital proposals, tailored marketing packages and engaging content for online platforms, I developed confident working relationships.
Monmouth Music Festival is an annual music festival consisting of nine evenings of free live music and events. The not-for-profit organisation relies on the hard work of committee volunteers, along with the support of the local community in order for it to continue year after year. I promoted the festival online through social media and web content as well as engaging with media outlets to gain coverage and support for the event.
Kingston University London is home to over 20,000 students, studying over five faculties situated across four campus locations.After graduating from the School of Art & Design, I worked as Assistant Press Officer at the university for a year, promoting the work of the students and staff. Compiling press releases, before strategically targeting relevant media outlets, I secured media coverage for the organisation and its various faculties locally, nationally and internationally, across a wide range of subjects.