ABOUT

emily@roadmusic.co

“It’s not the strongest or the most intelligent who survives, but the one who is most adaptable to change.” Charles Darwin.

roadmusic offers curious freelance content and innovation production. Passionate about impact based projects and connecting solutions with a different type of thinking. Exploring the future and beyond. . .

FREELANCE PRODUCTION

Imagination without bounds combined with a genuine purpose, creates meaningful content and authentic engagement.

Freelance Producer + Consultant offering: Product design, brand purpose and identity, event management, partnerships and creative direction. Content marketing production, including website strategy, design and build with CMS using WordPress and Umbraco software.

INNOVATION

roadmusic is curious about upgrading experiences through the Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics and our Sensory Perception of sound, sight, touch, smell, taste, whilst including vibration, balance and temperature.

As a result of working in biometrics, exploring biomimetics has provided the foundations to help solve meaningful problems through innovation inspired by nature.

Everyone needs a secret weapon, and Emily’s is her Dad. He’s just like Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory.

Dad is the perfect English Gentleman and has one of those walking encyclopaedia superhuman minds. He knows the formula to orbital velocity quicker than you can Google it! Emily is exceptionally curious and her father always encouraged her to have a range of thought.

Before setting up roadmusic, Emily won multiple awards including The Drum Creative Roses, thirteen awards at the BBC and was recently pipped to the post on a Nobel Prize for her blood experiments.

Emily worked for Saatchi & Saatchi, JWT and BBC Worldwide, along with other marketing agencies looking after clients such as; Apollo 13 astronauts, Avios, Bristol Airport, GCHQ, IBM, Lotus Cars, Toyota, Office of National Statistics and the National Trust.

Utilising her creative, project management, science and technology skills, she moved into the music and entertainment industry to learn more about production and the sensory world.

Curious fact finding futurists.

emily@roadmusic.co