Curator, Artistic director, and Project Manager in England, United Kingdom
I'm CEO of the MUSEUM OF CULTURAL ARTS - the latest social media profiling and retail platform being produced for creative sector businesses, consumers, investors and corporations to interact digitally, whilst sourcing a physical space.
Known in some circles as a trailblazer with an entrepreneurial flair in PR, Marketing & Show Production I successfully utilise these skills to provide business consultancy and events management.
A curator by trade expertise was gained in the field whilst working in partnership with the leading venue for art and design; (the) Victoria and Albert Museum where I generated in excess of £1.5 Million in sponsorships and endorsements. Over 3 years I produced a Public programme of Educational events and curated the Generation - Generation Exhibition; exploring British Caribbean heritage in the 1960's. Depiction is extenuated through an interactive Film Festival led by celebrities, film directors and delegates. Interpretation of the narrative takes audiences on a journey of war veterans, pioneers and icons, charting a timeline that will evolve through capture of oral histories.
In January 2015, I attained a Master of Arts in Curating Contemporary Design from Kingston University in partnership with the Design Museum.
MoCA will facilitate a new wave of curators and emerging talent, harnessing the benefits of New Technologies and Media in Contemporary Art, Product Design, Architecture, Access and Audience Engagement consistent with the theme of the book I'm writing.
My passion for life is fuelled by the development of my social enterprise Bridge Over Troubled Water. Supported by the United Nations Office of Humanitarian Affairs we aim to help women affected by natural disasters into sustainable enterprises.
Opportunities exist for joint ventures, investments, sponsorships, advertising and marketing campaigns. All aspects of my work will involve digital broadcasts.
Expressions of interest welcomed by email.