Future Perfect was founded to create inspiring arts projects and to support artists to make and share new work.
“The role of a creative leader is not to have all the ideas; it’s to create a culture where everyone can have ideas and feel that they’re valued.”
Sir Ken Robinson
As a producer and facilitator, Jennifer aims for long term relationships with artists, supporting them through important stages of development. Future Perfect enables Jennifer to bring in additional specialists in events and cultural management, fundraising, marketing, production and stage management to realise creative projects.
Find out more about artists represented, work available for touring and current and previous projects by clicking on the links. Do get in touch if you’d like to discuss anything further.
Freelance producer/ arts manager, Jennifer has worked across dance, music, theatre and visual arts. Experienced in project management, marketing, fundraising and audience development, she has an MA in Arts, Festivals and Cultural Management from Queen Margaret University.
Jennifer was Artistic Producer at Woodend Barn, as part of Creative Scotland’s Producers’ Project initiative. She was awarded a Fellowship of ISPA (International Society of Performing Arts) 2015-17.
Programming experience includes the DanceLive Festival (contemporary dance festival in Aberdeen), Woodend Barn (multi arts venue in Aberdeenshire) and MiniFest (a multi artform festival for young audiences in the North East) and as performance programmer at Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums.
Producing experience includes large scale community shows, contemporary dance and theatre tours of Scotland and at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, for dance artists and companies including Company Chordelia, Colette Sadler, Dudendance,Jack Webb Matthew Hawkins and Rob Heaslip.
Jennifer is currently part-time Producer at Starcatchers, a pioneering arts and Early Years organisation based in Scotland specialising in performances and creativity for babies, toddlers and young children aged 0-5 and the adults who care for them.
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