Hi, I am Tuesday. In Latin and Norse mythology, my name signifies the god of single combat and victory. My last name Gutierrez, also means ‘warrior’ in Germanic language.
But if there’s anything I am truly a warrior of, it’s defending arts and creativity. Last year, I had the privilege to work with the best art practitioners in the country for the London 2012 Festival – the largest UK-wide festival ever staged. As the digital manager for the culture team, we were able to deliver more than 12,000 events attended by more than 20 million people around the UK in celebration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. (Watch the highlights of the Festival at TheSpace.)
About the blog
Momardi is my personal blog on the arts and culture scene in London (my present home). In the beginning, I’ve created it as a way of educating myself about the arts and creative sector. My experience is quite organic – I have worked in advertising, publishing and communications as a copywriter, freelance writer and now a digital native. My real passion though is the arts and creativity in general, and through this blog, I want to help promote organisations and individuals who I believe are doing great creative work in the field of visual arts, film, music, design, theatre and digital.
More on the digital me et.al
I am an all-around digital professional with experience in content management, social media, CRM and SEO. I am an advocate of content strategy, social media and SEO as an integrated digital marketing approach.
I am not only a digital geek – I have also learned ceramic art for a year in Spain and I’m hoping to get into sculpture classes this year. I also love food and I am finely making it an ultimatum to learn how to cook Mediterranean dishes coupled with my plan to lose weight =).
If you are an art institution or a creative artist and would like to be featured, email me at [email protected] I am also doing consultancy work and if you want to me to take a look at the digital and content strategy of your institution, feel free to drop me a line.
All views expressed are my own and not those of the companies I work for.