From exhibitions, to product launches or simply a good music night, I see events as projects that need leadership, organisation from inception to realisation. I have experience in launching exhibitions, music events, festivals and fundraisers, which I have often managed from when they were just an idea to the day they took place.

In my latest project I worked with Craft Council and supported the production of “Common Thread” a three day exhibition featuring over 30 artists with work focusing African-Caribbean culture. Read more about it here.

Organising the launch of PINS first solo exhibition “No Face Like Phone” is another project I am extremely proud to have been part of, you can see more about it here.

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Last night’s energy was something else🙏 I’m telling you there’s nothing more rewarding than putting on an event and seeing people coming together and being genuinely excited to be in a space filled with incredible art. Blessed to finally meet all the artists that had to deal with all my emails for the last month 😂 you’re all incredible. It was smiles all round, connections, new friendships all bounded my the mutual love for culture, that’s what art is about. Thank you to all the homies who came down, to the G @sara_caaaann for getting me involved 👯‍♀️ and great to work with @creativedebuts and @artreallymatters 🙌 ‘Common Threads’ is on till tomorrow and I’ll be there tonight again if you want to come down! It’s free but sign up on Eventbrite, love to all of ya who came down! ♥️ . . . . #commonthread #creativedebuts #exhibition #craftcouncil #craft #art #culture #carnival #community #london #shoredtich #fortheloveofart #freelancelife #londonevent #blessed

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Join us and @CreativeDebuts as we present Common Thread: The Talk! The event at 7-10pm on 23 October is hosted by @kelechnekoff and marks #BlackHistoryMonth. It includes an exhibition featuring 25 artists and a panel talk where you will hear from creatives across the arts including music, craft, fashion, and more. The panellists include founder of SBTV and Forbes 30, under 30 @jamaledwards, graffiti artist @dreph_ , music and culture writer Jess Bernard @Marvinscorridor who has written for NME, FADER, Crack, and Complex, South African singer @toyadelazy, and visual artist @Simonebrewster_london. Click the link in the bio to get your tickets that includes entry to the talk, the exhibition, a goodie bag, and a drink now! #CommonThread

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