About Elliot Metaireau - Marketing Executive

November 01, 2019

About Elliot Metaireau - Marketing Executive

Elliot's Background

Having graduated from the University of Brighton with a degree in Business and Management, as well as doing a placement year, I wanted to use my combined theoretical knowledge and practical experiences to find a job that entails all-things-marketing. Particularly in the gallery space within the wider art-based industry - Creating, discussing and engaging with visuals has always been a passion of mine as a visual storyteller at heart.

Elliot's Favourite Artists

Elliot's Responsibilities

On the balance of things, I'm a huge fan of what every single one of our talented artists brings to their unique artwork - What's so special is that every artist brings something different. For me, I've lately been a huge fan of Richard Knight's industrial like approach to his work and the alluring colour pallet - Both of which have complemented each other on a consistent basis through all the acrylic based art he accomplishes, it is a perfect match in my books.

My role as Marketing Executive almost acts as an umbrella term for the many different responsibilities that I do on a daily basis, but not forgetting to achieve the same outcome - To promote and bring attention to the all unique artwork that comes through our front door. A normal day for me at Wyecliffe would comprise of SEO-related responsibilities by creating & checking on all forms of content in order to increase the visibility of our articles, collections, artist landing pages and products. My role is also a creative one, which entails article-writing and website design behind the scenes.

Elliot's Background

Having graduated from the University of Brighton with a degree in Business and Management, as well as doing a placement year, I wanted to use my combined theoretical knowledge and practical experiences to find a job that entails all-things-marketing. Particularly in the gallery space within the wider art-based industry - Creating, discussing and engaging with visuals has always been a passion of mine as a visual storyteller at heart.

Elliot's Responsibilities

My role as Marketing Executive almost acts as an umbrella term for the many different responsibilities that I do on a daily basis, but not forgetting to achieve the same outcome - To promote and bring attention to the all unique artwork that comes through our front door. A normal day for me at Wyecliffe would comprise of SEO-related responsibilities by creating & checking on all forms of content in order to increase the visibility of our articles, collections, artist landing pages and products. My role is also a creative one, which entails article-writing and website design behind the scenes.

Elliot's Favourite Artists

On the balance of things, I'm a huge fan of what every single one of our talented artists brings to their unique artwork - What is so special about the work on display here at Wyecliffe is that every artist brings something different... For me, I've lately been a huge fan of Richard Knight's industrial like approach to his work and the alluring colour pallet - Both of which have complemented each other on a consistent basis through all the acrylic based art he accomplishes, it is a perfect match in my books.






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