Through my relationship with Tokyo Industries I was offered a role with Lost Village festival in 2017. Primarily I was contracted for brand liaison, supervision and management of their POS within the festival and management of the rest of the team assigned by Lost Village to handle the brand, Kraken. I have since been offered this role again, though I had to decline due to other commitments.
I established a live sessions label, 'Dark Leaf Sessions'. My responsibilities included project managing video sets with eight different artists, a graphic designer and a videographer. This was a continuous personal project which I ran, developed and promoted alongside my career.
I was contracted as an independent social media consultant and executive for Tokyo Industries, which saw my running of strategy meetings and training for key staff members, helping to consolidate data and define key audience personas and then communicate with that demographic.
Now known as 'Noiiz', an 'as-a-service' model to satisfy the market, I enacted the following duties for Samplephonics: File management, file conversion, audio loop correction, audio editing, marketing, client relations, product naming, product publishing,
I've taken part in Leeds Digital Festival over the past two years, organising, executing and taking part in events to represent various businesses. April 2018 saw me organising and mediating a panel discussion on mental wellbeing in a career in creative and digital. I engaged photographers, videographer, venues and complimentary businesses in order to promote, document and run a successful event. The panel discussion was met with universal acclaim and provided me with a deeper sense of gratification and pride than I had expected.
'Hello My Name Is' is a start-up recruitment business now known as MeVie. My position saw me managing initial marketing campaigns, functionality & UX design prior to investment rounds. I was also responsible for events marketing, copywriting for the site, focus group research & UAT testing.
I was hired primarily to design a poster for Leeds event outfit & DJs, DigTrio. This quickly evolved into designing a brand, followed by residency for poster design. I approached this in exactly the way we approach clients' projects with Round, gleaning their objectives, values and differentiators to create a brand which will resonate and build rapport with its audience in order to promote ticket sales.
In this role I manage the social media marketing campaign for a tech-industry networking platform conceived & developed by Round Creative. I've developed situational and universal strategy, alongside consulting on UX/UI feature implementation for maximum audience engagement.
I've enacted work for Surfachem on behalf of Round Creative, with Surfachem being a core client following their decision to take on Round as their new website and graphic design agency. I was responsible for crafting the copy for their new website and have also been tasked with writing an advertorial to appear in The Times & Raconteur.
Website, brand and graphic design agency, Round Creative employed me to design and enact a complete marketing strategy, then leverage this to cultivate, convert & engage warm leads, contributing to a holistic business development and expansion strategy. I hold sole responsibility for Round Creative’s marketing.