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I joined SCAN in July 13 moving on from my role as the Producer of Glasgow Film Festival (GFF).
At GFF I was a key member of an award-winning team that catapulted Glasgow Film Festival from being a regional, grass roots event into one of the three best attended film events of its kind in the UK. I am proud to have established the Margaret Tait Award, now in its seventh year during my time at the festival. Previously, I worked at Stills, Edinburgh in a variety of capacities ultimately coordinating the exhibition and artist residency programmes.
I am an active supporter of the visual arts having worked in a freelance capacity supporting individual artists, working with the committee at the Market Gallery and more recently being a co-director of VoxPopulus, a creative agency that promoted and employed emerging creative talent.
I was named as one of the top 50 UK ‘Women To Watch’ by the Cultural Leadership Programme in 2010.
At SCAN I am responsible for overall strategy and operations, leading on advocacy and representing the interests of the sector across a range of forums and on the development of new strategic partnerships and projects.
NOTE: I am employed by SCAN so not officially considered a member in line with SCAN’s constitution.