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Applied qualitative anthropologist with 7 years' experience managing integrated programmes and acting as an efficient and engaging knowledge broker within person-centred projects. Actively seeking an impactful and creative role in media, design, and advocacy.
Founder of FERAL&PROUD, an art house devoted to making the ordinary extraordinary with unique portraits and illustrations of creatures great and small. Committed to art as research, specialised via Masters in Applied Anthropology, sustainable community-based qualitative research, heritage management, applied cross-national research, and narrative research. Solution-focussed strategist with an enduring sense of humour and a proactive, uplifting and adaptable approach within multidisciplinary teams.
I commercialised my hobby to become an artist making international sales.
- I established my own artistic house called FERAL&PROUD through which I engage
commercial and private clients through social media. I attract clients and pitch, guide, and coordinate commissioned works. Drawing
on my strong interpersonal skill set, I ensure first-time art clients enjoy the
experience of commissioning art, which often leads to client loyalty and
- I collaborate with and coordinate a multidisciplinary team of framers, digitizers,
and printers in order to deliver on multiple output streams within tight deadlines.
- I have competed in international competitions and established a positive gallery
- I support multiple charities with my artistic donations (DWD Mental Health
Awareness, 4Ethiopia, The Wallace and Gromit Children's Foundation, Bristol
Zoo Wild Place Charity Gala).