Last month, Cornwall Council invited me to Kresen Kernow in Redruth to run a messaging workshop with their Culture and Creative Industries team.
It is a pleasure to be working on a freelance basis for the Minack Theatre, looking after the marketing and PR for their Minack Productions.
In 2019, it was a great honour to be selected to join the Board of Trustees for Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange. Supporting contemporary artists since 1895, the Gallery believes that art can inspire and drive change.
Many thanks to Secret Truro for inviting me to run a ‘Creative Marketing for Business’ workshop at Workbox Truro on Monday 29th April from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
Golden Tree Productions, creators of The Man Engine, have partnered with the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) on their ‘Kerdroya: Cornish Hedge Community Heritage Project’.
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett was one of my favourite books as a child. So, it was an absolute pleasure to be asked by The Minack Theatre to support them in the marketing of their production this April 2019.
I’m pleased to announce I’ve been featured by Falmouth University in their ‘Falmouth Stories’ series, which celebrates the successes of the university’s graduates.
On Wednesday 13th March, I will be running a 'Back to Basics: Marketing' workshop for Cultivator Cornwall, which will help creatives and small businesses think about the best ways to reach their intended audience.
With the year drawing to a close, it’s a good moment to reflect on some of the organisations around Cornwall that have campaigned for purpose as well as profit in 2018.
Joining the likes of Finisterre and Patagonia, Green & Blue have just received their B Corporation status. It was a pleasure to be invited to their workshops in Perranporth to celebrate.
The Cornwall Design Forum was a brilliant opportunity to meet other creatives and find out about some of the design projects taking place across the region. Made Open Communications presented their Design Out Drowning project with the RNLI, which I was honoured to be involved with.
You may have noticed my recent rebrand, which features a touch of highlighter pen. Several people have asked about the creative process behind my rebrand, so I have outlined the process in nine stages.
I thoroughly enjoyed being part of the Port Eliot Festival marketing team this year, helping to capture the spirit of the festival through Instagram stories.
I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded with a start-up grant from Cultivator Cornwall, for studio space at Stranger Collective’s co-working space in Falmouth.
I had a ball at The Royal Cornwall Show last week, helping Cornwall 365 with their Culture Club marquee and working with the team to promote Cornish culture, heritage and creativity.
Earlier this year I was invited by Falmouth University to speak on ‘Creative Campaigning’ as part of the BA Journalism and Communications course.
Many thanks to Cornwall 365 and Cultivator Cornwall for inviting me to run several social media and marketing workshops, for creatives and tourism businesses based across Cornwall.
I am thrilled to announce I am now working full time as a Marketing and Communications Freelancer, offering services in marketing consultancy, creative campaigning and communications strategy.
It was a pleasure to be asked by Dewsign to make a film for their Old Brewery Yard website. With an eclectic mix of homeware shops, bars and eateries, Brewery Yard is the creative hub of Falmouth.
Setting off from Bodmin Central station aboard a 1930s steam train, we were treated to a festival of storytelling, music and ideas with each carriage offering an immersive experience of its own.
Last night, I got my glad rags on for the private launch of the New Tate St Ives. After an 18-month closure and £20m expansion project, the new gallery space built into the cliff face awaits hoards of excited visitors at the coming weekend opening.