A creative and highly-driven writer with over nine years of experience in content creation, strategy and omni-channel digital media. Clients include: L’Occitane, Levi’s, Armani Beauty, BNP, arte.
Translation for Carrière Frères international Instagram account (& Stories) from August 2018 to present.
Social media texts (IG & Stories, Fb) for Château Minuty, from January 2019 to present.
From the quiet reflection of AURA, which uses biosensors to deduce the emotional state of participants; to the mesmerising ANIMA, a rippling moon-like sphere which reacts to the viewers’ presence with audiovisual expressions to challenge our relationship to artificial intelligence, experiencing a Studio Nick Verstand work is to take a step into the unknown to uncover your true self...
Social media manager for Armani Beauty from December 2017 to September 2018.
Responsable for the social media strategy for Armani Beauty on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube (global accounts). Creating global plannings aligned with launches and writing editorial texts for social media and other campaign projects. Community management and identification of benchmarks and social media trends.
In comparison with the preceding period, there was a 120% increase in followers (737K vs 334K), 116% more global engagement and 70% more engagements per post.
Creation of social media texts (Instagram and Facebook) for the international account of L'Occitane beauty brand, from July 2018 to April 2019.
Social media texts (in English) for Levi's European accounts, translated into relevant languages (FR, DE) from August 2018 to present.
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