I am inspired by the artists I work with and have a passion for supporting them to make and promote the work they are compelled to create.
I am interested in exploring the way that art forms can collaborate and inform each other. It is important to me that all of my work is digitally connected, because I see the internet as an exciting and innovative space for the Arts to create within, share work and explore.
I have a practical knowledge of the performing arts which means that I have a diverse range of skills to offer the creative individuals and organisations I work with. I strive to combine creativity with structure and efficiency, making sure there is a balance between the two elements of my work. It is my responsibility to create organised and strong structures in which creativity can flourish.
Goldsmith’s College, 2010 - 2011
Masters in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. University of London
Goldsmith’s College, 2007 - 2010
BA (Hons) Drama and Theatre Arts, 2:1. University of London