Five years at The Economist Newspaper gave me an amazing grounding in how to communicate to an audience and provided invaluable editorial skills when moving into the world of marketing. Initially a freelancer for over a decade, working primarily in the luxury sector I can just about put my mind to any project with dexterity, professionalism and ease. I love the challenge, am optimistic by nature and have an energy and passion for what I do. All sprinkled liberally with a healthy sense of humour and an idiosyncratic way of looking at the world.
Working for Christie's auction house gave me a wealth of knowledge in various elements of marketing and communications. I later moved agency side and was involved in a gamut of projects where my love of strategy and creative thinking proved invaluable. Socially savvy, I've got a CAM diploma in digital marketing and have been involved in some exciting ``through the line`` projects. I'm a deep thinker who loves to find creative solutions to life's challenges - I do it all with quirky humour and a smile.