I have worked in the film industry for over 10 years in various roles with experience across a variety of film marketing disciplines. I've worked with organisations including Altitude Film Entertainment, BFI, BIFA, Birds' Eye View, Bulldog Film Distribution, eOne, Modern Films, Fox Searchlight, Curzon Artificial Eye, Curzon Cinemas & Curzon Home Cinema, National Theatre Live, Tate and iFeatures.
My expertise covers film exhibition and distribution - specifically with a focus on strategy and campaign management as well as grassroots and outreach marketing consultancy. Project highlights include collaborating with eOne on outreach strategy and campaigns for QUEEN AND SLIM, SORRY WE MISSED YOU & I, DANIEL BLAKE, with Altitude Film Entertainment on their regional outreach and grassroots campaigns for LOVING VINCENT, MOONLIGHT, MID90s & BEATS and the BFI and Camelot on National Lottery Cinema Day 2019 & 2018.
I also work as the Campaign Manager with Birds' Eye View on their Reclaim The Frame project, a BFI backed project which aims to bring ever-greater audiences to films by women and to offer a wider perspective of the world by creating audience Influencer networks in selected cities around the UK.
It has been a long-time desire of mine to create an online directory of film exhibition and distribution freelancers.
Our industry is so much about who you know and unwittingly creates gatekeepers.
This platform is an attempt to democratise our sector a little more and create a community for those of us who work in it.
Working as the Outreach Strategist for the UK with Wildcard Distribution on the theatrical release of WOLFWALKERS this October, identifying key partners to collaborate with as well as engaging local audiences based on cultural and interest themes in the film.
Working with Ged at Cosmic Cat Films, we provided a complete impact & outreach strategy for eOne's theatrical release of SORRY WE MISSED YOU in November 2019.
This included an impact driven campaign collaborating with UK unions, creating compelling calls to action in parallel with a robust outreach campaign engaging youth and working class audiences in 5 areas across the UK through traditional and unique activity, delivered by on the ground Regional Marketing Officers in the Midlands, Northern England, North East England, North West England, Scotland, South West England and Wales.