Since graduating in 2009 from the University of Toronto, I’ve been fortunate to gain experiences that challenge me in exciting ways. From an internship at the fashion magazine Flare, to a job in the real estate industry and most recently, as a project manager and Asian arts specialist at Waddington’s Appraisers and Auctioneers, these opportunities have given me the chance to nurture a wide range of skills.
My role at Waddington’s was particularly multi-faceted and I was responsible for the smooth delivery of our bi-annual catalogue sales as well our online auctions, which included everything from account coordination to sales and business development as well as marketing and communications. This position challenged me and pushed me to my limits, and each time I rose to the occasion. In the fall of 2015, I launched my own business as a freelance art consultant advising on art acquisitions and appraisals, offering my research and writing skills as part of my service package.
At the foundation of my previous success is the understanding that a strong work ethic, sense of organization, and willingness to communicate help navigate most scenarios and help get job done – something that has guided me throughout my journey so far.
In this section, you’ll find examples of my previous work including a blog I wrote during my time at Ryerson University while I was completing my public relations certificate. Enrolled in a course focused specifically on social media and online communities, I created my first blog – As Seen on the Web – to document my ideas on this evolving field. You’ll also find selected recent highlights outlining some of my skills and experiences.
I’m always looking to connect with other like minded people to collaborate – so if that’s you, don’t hesitate to contact me.