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Who turn their dreams into our reality.
Hello. My name is Emma Boutet.
I’ve been working within Arts, Design, Creativity & Culture for over ten years - on content curation & creation, brand strategy & identity, creative coaching, web & digital design, strategic & creative marketing, project development & management, exhibition design, production & mediation, cultural events and fine art.
People I’ve worked with include: artists, designers, curators, makers, dancers, inventors, philosophers, filmmakers, coaches, creative agencies, start-ups, small-medium businesses and cultural organisations - including: FACT Liverpool, Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, Echo Brand Design London, Unilever and Pontio Arts & Innovation.
Awards include: Emerging Talent Prizewinner at Thinking Digital, Queen’s Anniversary Prize Ceremony Representative of London College of Fashion to HM Queen & Duke of Edinburgh, Fine Art Prize for Best Piece of Academic Work in Fine Art at Liverpool Hope.
Originally studying Design & Technology at University of the Arts London - London College of Fashion, I have a First Class BA in Fine Art from Liverpool Hope University. I started out by studying Art Foundation (which I’d recommend to everyone) and continue learning every day.
One of my greatest passions in life is dance. I’ve danced Tango for 7+ years, Salsa, Bachata and Merengue for 15+ years, Vertical for 7+ years, and Kizomba (Angolan Tango). My style is ‘Fusion’ - which doesn’t conform to any one of these types - instead fusing them together.
Want to know what I’m listening to?
Here’s a playlist of 100+ of my favourite tracks.
I don’t own a TV, instead spending that free time exploring personal & professional development from thought leaders such as - Sir Ken Robinson, Maria Popova, Seth Godin, Chase Jarvis and Marie Forleo.
I live with my teenage son and daughter, Boy the border collie, a ginger alley cat and about a hundred plants in South Liverpool, UK.