SOCIAL MEDIA GURU
If words were spells, this lady would be conjuring up some fascinating charms.
Alyssa has a Masters Degree in Communication Management and a passion for creatively stringing words to inspire and bring people together. She's crafted beautiful content for brands in a range of industries, including charity, luxury home building, fashion, business, finance, interior design/decor and vibrant events to name a few.
After travelling around the world and living in Canada for a short stint, Alyssa has set her eyes on exploring some of our fantastic brands and bringing out their beautiful stories through words. She loves to be creative and experiment with language, art, photography, blogging and story. Her bubbly and friendly personality means she is always up for a challenge and a perfect fit for the Tribe team.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT CREATING?
One of the special things about creating is the way that a great idea can come to you at anytime. It's that spark of brilliance that comes through your mind on a walk in the evening or a bright idea shared amongst others during a collaborative, creative session. Taking the time to be creative means really letting go, releasing any previous assumptions and being open to the thoughts that come into your mind; thoughts that are not controlled or coordinated. That special moment when you find the perfect fit for a client through these thoughts is the ultimate reward.
WHEN DID YOU REALISE YOU WERE MASTER WORDSMITH?
My mesmerisation with words began during my school years. I felt drawn to the complexity of language and the way that even the smallest shift of a word can create a more meaningful experience and affect people on an emotional level as well as in a unique way dependant on their stories. That passion has continued and today I write because it's simply what I love to do.
HOW DO YOU TAKE YOUR TEa?
I get many comments about my tea making skills. Unlike many people I know, I love a lot of milk. I take my black tea and chai with a large splash of almond milk. It makes it a little bit creamy and even more delicious. :)