About me

Creativity, openness,


These are my values and how I work. I enjoy working with people who match these values and who want to see positive change in the world through art. When I’m not working, I’m a fan of being in theatres (when possible) with pals, and heading to the bar afterwards for a good dissection of the show.

I live in East Lothian where you’ll often find me walking, swimming or eating. I’m also currently learning Italian.

I also volunteer with Anthony Nolan, on their patients panel, providing patient-centred feedback into their plans and strategies.


Freelance Marketing & Communications Specialist
(2017 – present)
I collaborate on projects across performing and visual arts, to tell stories and find audiences for creative projects. Current and recent collaborators include Federation of Scottish Theatre, Catherine Wheels Theatre Company, Red Bridge Arts, Civic Digits, Dirliebane Theatre Company, James Ley, Superfan & Peter Dibdin Photographer.

Marketing & Communications Manager, Jupiter Artland
(2017 – 2019)
Responsible for creating and publishing all external communications for the award-winning Jupiter Artland sculpture park, including launching the inaugural Jupiter Rising Festival, working with Trisha Brown Dance Company as part of Edinburgh International Festival and Phyllida Barlow’s quarry as part of the organisation’s tenth anniversary.

Marketing Officer, National Museums of Scotland
(2015 – 2017)
Managed exhibition marketing campaigns and general visit ‘footfall campaigns’ to deliver target visitor numbers and increase access to the museum. I worked on the opening of the ten new Art & Design and Science & Technology galleries in 2016.

Consultant, BOP Consulting
(2014 – 2015)
Managed research and business consultancy projects, working with clients in the creative industries, heritage and arts sectors. Projects ranged from evaluations and audience research, to business plans and options appraisals.

Marketing Manager, Traverse Theatre
(2009 – 2014)
Managed all external communications for the Traverse Theatre, covering the theatre’s 50th anniversary celebrations, several Fringe Festivals and many award-winning productions, including Ciara, Midsummer, The Goat (Or Who is Sylvia?), The Salon Project and Roadkill.

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