I am also interested in helping create interesting and exciting experiences for all types of audiences through screen events and content.
Overall, as a freelancer, I love working in the screen industry especially with cinemas and film. I am always up to new and exciting opportunities.
My most recent role, I was responsible for the general management of The Scotsman Picturehouse, a new boutique cinema opened in Edinburgh within The Scotsman Hotel.
I was responsible for managing and training a small staff, establishing business protocol, managing film prints and promotions, social media management, customer service and stock management with concessions and drinks for our bar.
For two editions of the festival, both 2014 & 2015, I was a Young Programmer for the EIFF where I was apart of a team of fellow young people producing a strand of films, shorts and events to run over the festival.
One of my proudest moments was moderating a Q&A 'Focus on Cinematography' with Seamus McGarvey and Oscar-winner Haskell Wexler.
Whilst the pandemic continues to keep things quite and slow, I thought the best use of my time would be to head back to university and get my masters in Arts, Festival and Cultural Management. Though it's earlier than I expected, I've always wanted to do a masters and I feel this course is perfect for myself and the work I want to do in Film Exhibition with covering areas such as Finance & Fundraising, Planning and Marketing Cultural Projects as well as Cultural Policy.