#LifeAfterBIMM

Success Stories: Tiger Lily Raphael

13th July 2017

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Before applying to BIMM Bristol, Tiger Lily had already gained plenty of useful experience in the music industry. She worked as a Production Assistant at Secret Garden Party, Shambala and Boomtown festival and had even launched her own company managing artists, booking acts and promoting events.

Looking to expand on her already varied experience, Tiger Lily then began studying a Music Business degree and continued to build her skills. Towards the end of her course, Tiger Lily spent 2 months in Malawi with the Love Support Unite charity. Whilst helping to structure their organisation, she also secured a charity partnership with Farmfest, as well as a stall takeover at this years’ Glastonbury festival. This experience provided invaluable research material for her dissertation.

After graduating, Tiger Lily took an internship as Assistant to the Creative Programme Team at Help Musicians UK, during which she gained further music industry insights as well as making some great contacts.

Most recently, Tiger Lily has been asked to return to Love Support Unite to fulfill the role of General Manager!

 

 

Author

James Watts

Social Media Assistant, Professional Bassist and Music Journalist. Career highlights include performing at some of the UK's premier music festivals, recording in Abbey Road and interviewing Debbie Harry.