Project Consultant & Marketer
T: +44795 740 3393
Emma has worked with international corporations, consultancies and charities. She builds relationships quickly and works collaboratively to achieve positive outcomes. She is a competent project manager and marketer, often coordinating the efforts of stake-holders, consultants, team members and third party contractors in order to deliver projects on time and according to plan. For eight years she implemented media campaigns and promotions for major and independent record labels, helping to achieve many No.1 and top-ten positions in the UK music charts as well as targeting niche audiences and planning campaigns to break new artists. She currently works in project management and marketing communications.
T: +44780 340 4932
Adele recently worked for a Norwegian polar expedition company as expedition photographer on a voyage to Antarctica. She is the project manager for an arts-led engagement programme linked to the creation of the largest new woodland in Yorkshire and she also runs Art Hike, a walking network for artists and creative practitioners. Adele has a wealth of knowledge and experience in leading and managing public art projects, creative community engagement and artist residencies. In her spare time she likes to hold up rainbows.
T: +44795 740 3393
Previously Design Director for Levis XX, the premium devison of Levi's Strauss & Co, Miles has recently been made Creative Director of outoor apparel clothing brand Patagonia in the US. He also works independently for The Project Network as a Creative Consultant. Miles has taught at the Royal College of Art in London and has worked as a stylist on numerous feature films and TV programmes. In 1997 he was personally sponsored and mentored by Paul Smith to undertake an MA at Central St Martins in London. Since then he has travelled and worked extensively around the world. Miles provides creative direction and design concepts for clothing, product ranges, events, retail and brand identity.
T: +44791 917 8233
Tim is a Site Manager who has worked in events planning and implementation for over twenty years at major national and international festivals. He is employed annually by Glastonbury, Womad and Drum Camp. He runs a site crew and is a hands-on manager. If you're running an event, he will quickly become your multifunctional best friend. A craftsman by trade, specialising in carpentry, he also owns a gigantic music collection and DJs regularly.
PR and Events Manager
T: +44776 844 7854
Luigia is a communications and events professional with over a decade of experience planning media campaigns and organising high profile events within the entertainment industry. She is currently working with Wayne Hemingway MBE, on the Vintage and Classic Car Boot Sale brands, managing PR, event logistics and talent management. She has worked extensively within the music and TV industries and recently completed a project for Viasat World, an international television company, where she
worked on a corporate rebrand and PR strategy for their factual and movie channels. She has been contracted by the Design Council to work as a Media Relations Manager and her work in PR for the National Geographic Channel and National Geographic Wild Channel contributed to the channel receiving the award of Factual Channel Of The Year at the 2007 Broadcast Awards. Her creation of a bespoke press kit won a bronze at the Promax UK Awards. Luigia has also been responsible for PR for an array of artists including Ice T, Body Count, Dreadzone, Low, Mercury Rev and Johnny Thunders .
T: +44776 844 7854
Bob Linney is a freelance artist and graphics illustrator who works with cultural and charitable organisations throughout the world. He has helped conduct numerous training courses on visual communications in Asia, Africa and Latin America, and is founder of the group Health Images whose work focuses on training community-level workers to make and use pictures to support processes of empowerment. He has worked with major charities and NGOs including Oxfam, Unicef and The British Red Cross. His approach is original and unconventional so he's well worth a visit if you're looking for something that goes beyond the mainstream. He provides a complete single source service for print and web design, and as well as his work in education, he produces album, CD and DVD artwork, brand identity, innovative logo design and graphic illustration for any platform. Take a look at his rich, diverse and colourful portfolio here.
Michael has over 30 years’ experience in heritage, tourism and the arts as a chief executive, marketer and professional consultant, working with public, private and third sector organisations. He offers expertise in business planning, strategy development, marketing, fund-raising and business development, plus a strong track record in partnership working. His background has included the regeneration, development and marketing of major heritage projects; destination marketing; orchestral management; museums management and the promotion of national museum exhibitions and heritage sites. Michael holds an MBA from the Open University, a postgraduate Diploma in Arts Administration from the City University and a BA Honours degree in Music and Sociology from the University of Keele. He is a member of the Tourism Society, the Tourism Consultants Network and the Association of Independent Museums.
T: +44777 074 0708
Over the past twenty years Gary has been involved in a wide and varied number of event productions including large music festivals, air displays, county shows and city centre cultural events. His arts and music background has taken him into a number of working environments from teaching in schools and adult education sectors, to touring and managing major international artists and dance companies. He delivers major events from initial planning phases and budgeting, to attending SAG and local authority briefing sessions, to event delivery and preparation of post event analysis and evaluation. He has recently worked as a production and events consultant for clients such as WOMAD Festival, Norwich City Council, Stonham Barns Showground, The Mid Suffolk Show, Waveform Festival, BBC Music Live and Live 8-Africa Calling. He is founder and artistic director of East Anglia’s longest running world music event Drum Camp.
T: +447956 569758
Julian Langham is a freelance producer and filmmaker with over 15 years experience of creating professional films. He left the BBC in 2009 to develop his freelance filmmaking and video production career. He produces and edits short and long form charity films, documentaries, event films, music based projects, promotional films and website videos. Julian works across both commercial and charitable sectors and has a natural flair for managing and delivering films that educate, entertain and engage audiences. A sample of his clients include the BBC, Koestler Trust, The Justice Network and British Airways. He enjoys all the different creative and planning processes involved in film and video production - from working at concept stage, through to delivering high quality video content. Read more about Julian and view some of his work here.
The Project Network is a network of professional, registered, freelance consultants and we're always keen to hear from other independent people. If you've worked on some interesting projects and would like to get involved, contact us and we will arrange to call you for an informal discussion.
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