Creative Lives — 4creative’s senior producer Fiona Wright on finding your place in the working world and keeping an eye on the bigger picture

Posted 02 May 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

With a degree in fine art and a wealth of experience in the music industry, Fiona Wright has been able to apply an invaluably broad skill set to her role as a senior producer at 4creative. Beginning her journey in Soho as a runner, she made endless cappuccinos at a post-production house before working as a PA, working her way up the production ladder ahead of joining the ranks at a music label as a creative manager. Over the course of a career path she describes as being “far from straight”, she has collaborated with many independent production companies, as well as the BBC, Sky Creative, RKCR/Y&R and 4creative, where she went full-time in September of last year. In a job that ranges from precise budgeting to sourcing just the right talent, her varied background has truly come into its own. Here Fiona discusses finding your place in the working world, focusing on the bigger picture and building a good set of valuable contacts.

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