What does a typical day involve?
Managing the social accounts for our clients, keeping up to date with the ever changing platforms, building content plans and coming up with fresh ideas to get our clients even more attention.
Where were you born? What brought you to Adido?
Born and bred Dorset girl, descended from the notorious Kimmeridge smugglers, raised by the dragons in the forests and caves around Lulworth cove. I was won over by the great opportunities at Adido and the chance to work with so many great clients.
What’s your favourite thing about Bournemouth?
The promenade all the way to Poole, makes an unbeatable commute and there is nothing better than starting and ending the day with a beach bike ride.
Tell us something about you that your colleagues don’t know yet!
I am a member of a printmaking club in Poole, a little collective in Poole town centre with printing presses and a group of artists. We exhibit all over the county and some of the printers are published and very well known. Poole’s best kept secret and the perfect little creative bubble.
What do you remember about your first day at Adido?
A muddle of smiling faces, names and login details to remember.
Where in the world would you most like to visit and why?
Nicaragua for the wild beaches, Japan for the culture, Myanmar for the jungles and temples, India for the colours, Canada for the mountain’s or back to East Africa for the tribes and wild life.
Anywhere new really, I rarely go back to the same place twice, there is so much more to see. I usually go for somewhere a little wild and off the beaten track. I am also a big fan of couchsurfing and AirBnB especially when exploring alone.
What is your #1 most played song on Spotify/iTunes?
Simple Days (Live at the BBC) - Button Eyes - Rag’n’Bone man has the smoothest vocals - definitely worth checking out if you need to add a little soul to your playlist.
If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Pomegranates - food of the gods.
If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would you meet?
Levison Wood, for a long long walk over a mountain range or two – guaranteed adventure, trouble and a lot of laughter.
What was the last experience that made you a stronger person?
Impulse solo trip to Miami last autumn – R&R zen time, self-discovery and met some amazing people!
What is the best piece of advice you have received?
“We all have different desires and needs but if we don’t discover what we want from ourselves and what we stand for we will live passively and unfulfilled” – Calvin and Hobbes, the wisest kid on the block.
What are you afraid of?
Being alone, underwater with lots and lots of fish – I know it’s crazy but if they wanted to they could all get me.
At the weekend I love…
...adventures and activities. Lifting, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, yoga, bike rides, muddy walks, dancing and lots of local food!