Call me Bailey! I am a Multimedia Producer and Arts Assessor, focusing on youth engagement. As a young board trustee at the Roundhouse, I championed diversity and equality across the organization, working on the venues diversity strategy and supporting the production of Puffball. I am the recipient of The Winston Churchill Fellowship, traveling across Canada and the U.S. to research creative and leadership projects for queer and trans youth. Before moving to Canada, I held a one year post as an Arts and Quality Assessor with Arts Council England. I currently evaluate queer and trans youth programming in Ontario and sit on the Buddies in Bad Times Board of Directors.
I have eight years experience in the nonprofit sector and hold a Bachelors Degree in Film and Media Studies (with Journalism) from Manchester School of Art. I share my skills in film making and radio production, working predominantly with young people under 29. When I’m not mentoring, I evaluate and assess arts programming.
If you need to reach me, you can find my email address in the top right corner of the page 🙂