I believe that my professional and academic credentials set me apart from other tutors in this subject area. After I received a Distinction in my Masters, which specialised in French and British History of Art, I secured a job as a Curator of a private art collection in London. I worked here for two years acting as an art consultant, curating exhibitions and writing books. In September 2015 I received full funding to do my PhD in History of Art. I want to pass on my world-class education and specialist academic experience to my clients. From my own experience I understand that the transition from Undergraduate Level to Masters Level can often be difficult, I can advise how best to approach your new course. I adapt differently to each client and encourage contextualisation and critical analysis. I can advise wider reading around a subject, and offer different perspectives so that your argument is well-reasoned. Through a close examination of mark schemes and specific course structures we will meet your main objectives and adapt essays and dissertations accordingly so that you can achieve the best grade possible.
I am a fully-funded AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) PhD Candidate at the University of Leeds. As a Doctoral Graduate Tutor I have assisted on 2nd year Undergraduate modules including The History of the Art Market, Art Historical Theory and Art Business. I also have experience assisting on the Art Gallery and Museum Studies Masters programme which focuses on the history of museums, museology and art historical criticism. I regularly lecture at academic conferences and my first academic publication is forthcoming from Bloomsbury in 2017.
PhD in History of Art, Doctoral Candidate: University of Leeds
French and British Decorative Art Masters, with Distinction: Wallace Collection Museum with University of Buckingham
History of Art with French, MA (HONS): University of St Andrews
In 2015 I curated an exhibition at the National Museum of Kazakhstan in Astana for the President of Kazakhstan!