Karen works to bring innovative ideas and fundamental kindness to every project. She has won awards for photography, writing and community development. In 2018 Karen received the Global X Foundation Award for Innovation, in 2019 she was named the Digital Influencer of the Year at the Holland Press Awards, and in 2020 she was announced as a finalist in the NHB Awards for Entrepreneur of the Year.
Karen works with individuals and businesses, from start-ups to well-known brands and corporations. Her areas of expertise include brand identity, creative perspective, product development, innovation, and community development.
Karen has advised on creative and educational programmes for museums and galleries and developed exhibition spaces in historic and listed buildings, collaborating with organisations such as The National Archive, English Heritage and Cambridge University.
She’s consulted for arts organisations and local government to raise over £2 million in arts funding, and worked on public art commissioning and social planning for Grosvenor, Plan Projects, Hemmingway Design and Freebridge.
She has supported businesses such as Lotus and Fujifilm with community development, offering advice on connecting with and growing their audience through authenticity, and has developed brand awareness through tailored events for companies as varied as Pink Lady and Rush. She also works closely with those in the travel, hospitality and food and drink industries, sharing their stories and creating PR and sponsorship opportunities.
As the founder and co-director of Toiletries Amnesty Karen has developed extensive collaborations, from connecting with start-up Showerblocks to working in partnership with Feelunique, Europe’s leading online premium beauty retailer.
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