Helen Spencer
Fine Arts, London London United Kingdom
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Brief Summary
Formed in the art districts of London, Eve Spencer Ltd specialises in wallpaper & fabric design for commercial and private interiors projects.

Striking or subtle, and often a magical blend of both, Eve Spencer takes inspiration from geometry, the natural world and interpretations of the everyday. 

Eve Spencer designs can be made for almost any bespoke application where a brand, product or interior requires. The exclusive and carefully selected product range is manufactured in England, bringing outstanding quality to individual pieces.

The flexibility of the studio's output has enabled Eve Spencer to take on projects and responsibilities large and small; private and commercial.

Popular applications include wallpaper, soft furnishings & accessories, and standout fashion, while the invitation to collaborate on interior design is welcomed, be it projects for subtle change or significant transformations. 
The artisan designs have won clientele and admirers in the UK, Europe and beyond
Professional Experience
Eve Spencer Ltd (Wallpapers & Fabrics)
â–  Company Director working on commercial and private interiors projects (2011 cont.)

Freelance Creative
â–  Film promotion artwork artist - DVD artworker. Left Films (cont.)
â–  Music video 1st Assistant Director Years&Years (May 2012)
â–  Various unique graphic design ad jobs
â–  Creative Consultancy Emblem Group ltd (PT Aug 2011 – Aug 2012)
â–  Textile Commission. Freelance Designer/maker (Aug 2009 – Feb 2010)
â–  Leather pattern cutter and accessories manufacturer Anthony Vrahimis - (Dec 2009)
â–  Bespoke Design Textiles Home furnishings and accessories

Mossbourne Community Academy
â–  Art & Textiles Technician (June 2010 – June 2011)
â–  Support of staff and pupils with specialist Art and Design expertise.
â–  Screen printing and Canvas making, weaving and textiles workshops

Learn to Dream – Large Format Printers
â–  Freelance Marketing Campaign Project Manager (Mar-May 2010)

Ogilvy Action – Marketing and Brand Specialists - (Feb-Mar 2010)
â–  Creative Team (Career development)

HB Films Digital – Independent Film Distribution (Oct 2008-Jun 2009)
â–  Creative budgetary ownership leading to producing, sourcing and implementing design and communications concepts
â–  Brand art director look-and-feel, company logo, website and I-dent management
â–  Film acquisitions representative at International film festivals
â–  Creating and managing imagery, film posters and dvd artwork, trailers and P.R.

Maiden Voyage Pictures Theatrical – Independent Film Distribution (Jan 2006-Sep 2008)
â–  Art Director
â–  Project management / coordination of 8 Theatrical releases, 3 Premieres, 2 ‘After Parties’
â–  3rd Assistant Director for the music video - Rolling with the Nines. Artists: Miss Dynamite, Kano, Sway, Dizzee Rascal and film cast
â–  Choreographer, promotional shoot of urban music artists. Photographer: Satoshi Minekawa
â–  Photographers Assistant, Promotional shoot of key cast, Rollin’ with the nines. [Sal Idriss]
â–  Music video 2nd AD – ‘Two Step’ Simon Webbe

Freelance Film work:
â–  Sally Potter Productions – Production Company (Dec 2005-Jan 2006)
â–  Adventure Pictures – Production Company (Oct-Dec 2005)
â–  Talent Circle Super Shorts Film Festival, Zero1 creative learning lab, (5-9 Sep 2005)

Gallery Workshops for Schools (2004)
â–  Resident Artist The Arts Gallery, 65 Davies Street, Bond Street

Art Exhibitions.

â–  NESTA HQ artist showcase (June-November 2012)
â–  Cuevas del Rodeo, Rojales, Spain: ‘Titere’ (18 July 2005-Ongoing)
My work from the residency is part of the permanent collection on show in Rojales.
â–  The Arts Gallery, Bond Street: ‘Future Map’ – 04 (Nov-Feb 2004)
Selected from all the 2004 Graduates of Visual Arts within the five colleges from The University of the Arts London to exhibit in their showcase Future Map- 04, as one of the ‘Hotly tipped new names in Visual Arts’.
Press release: ‘Be the first to see the future of Art’ Rhian Thomas 29 Sept. 2004
â–  Byam Shaw Gallery, Archway: ‘Summer Show’ (June-July 2004)
â–  London College of Communication Arts Gallery: ‘Rhapsody’
(17-21 Feb 2004) Joint curator and exhibitor
â–  East meets West: (Feb 2003)
A participant driven international creative collaboration, based in Moldova and Romania, resulting in a final show in Chisenev.
â–  Nicholas Hall Gallery, Archway: ‘Still’ (Apr 2002)
â–  The Institute Gallery, Colchester: ‘Final Show’ (June 2001) 


Byam Shaw School of Art, Central Saint Martins (2001-2004)
Fine Art BA Hons - Upper second class Honors 2:1

Colchester Institute – School of Art and Design (2000-2001)
Btec Foundation Diploma Art and Design, specialist Fine Art – Distinction
Awards and Recognition
Career points of interest and successes

Starting up my own design business and commencing my first installation

Banners at Mossbourne Community flagship Academy
Tasked with the brief of designing and making a pair of large banners to celebrate the school history and achievements unveiled at an evening school play.

Battle of Algiers exclusive re-release
This film was an important company launch and I provided artistic direction for the UK distribution. The key proposition required the creation of accompanying artwork portfolio with the view to capturing a new audience, whilst acknowledging aficionados of this film. I generated significant public noise for the project across various media channels. The film was a key success for Maiden Voyage Pictures, even netting a bursary of £100,000 to upscale its distribution digitally.

Catalogue of works included in British Film Institute’s (B.F.I.) Classic Film Poster Artwork Archive.

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