RED MANAGEMENT

Meghan Young

production manager

With a background in graphic design, 6 years in house at Academy and a hobby of playing football, you get a team player with an eye for detail and a healthy dose of strong work ethic.

Going back much further than that, I like to think that all the jobs I’ve done previously feed into my role as a production manager in one way or another. From working on stalls in Camden Market – personable despite cold mornings. To Topshop on Oxford St lower ground floor women’s shoe section during a sale – composure in the face of chaos. Or calling numbers in a bingo hall on a weekday afternoon to a room full of regulars – facing all my fears at once (and possibly the start of my relationship with numbers?)

Either way, I count myself very lucky to enjoy my job.

With a background in graphic design, 6 years in house at Academy and a hobby of playing football, you get a team player with an eye for detail and a healthy dose of strong work ethic.

Going back much further than that, I like to think that all the jobs I’ve done previously feed into my role as a production manager in one way or another. From working on stalls in Camden Market – personable despite cold mornings. To Topshop on Oxford St lower ground floor women’s shoe section during a sale – composure in the face of chaos. Or calling numbers in a bingo hall on a weekday afternoon to a room full of regulars – facing all my fears at once (and possibly the start of my relationship with numbers?)

Either way, I count myself very lucky to enjoy my job.

With a background in graphic design, 6 years in house at Academy and a hobby of playing football, you get a team player with an eye for detail and a healthy dose of strong work ethic.

Going back much further than that, I like to think that all the jobs I’ve done previously feed into my role as a production manager in one way or another. From working on stalls in Camden Market – personable despite cold mornings. To Topshop on Oxford St lower ground floor women’s shoe section during a sale – composure in the face of chaos. Or calling numbers in a bingo hall on a weekday afternoon to a room full of regulars – facing all my fears at once (and possibly the start of my relationship with numbers?)

Either way, I count myself very lucky to enjoy my job.