Holly helps people to raise their profile. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Globe & Mail, Mashable, Huffington Post, TNW and in some other places too. This one time, New York art Blogazine Hyperallergic called her ‘very clever’.
Inspired by the cut-and-paste aesthetic she discovered in an anthology of 1970s punk zine Sniffin’ Glue, Holly started her first magazine aged 17. Her love for offbeat journalism soon fused with an obsessive interest in how people talk to each other on the Internet. Magically, this turned into a real actual career: Telling stories at the intersection of technology and culture using digital communications, event production, traditional PR and content marketing.
She became the Art Gallery of Ontario’s first community manager before anyone really knew what that meant. At the AGO she grew their online footprint by more than 50%, turning the gallery into Canada’s 2nd most influential non-profit on social media. She led the installation of the gallery’s first Twitter wall (spammed to shit by bored teenagers) and also did a thing with custom QR codes. But let’s not judge her for that.
Holly likes talking about Kanye-West-As-Contemporary-Art-Hero more than any human being should and her favourite words are ones that have both P’s and B’s in them. She once petted a Komodo Dragon. How Dangerous is a Komodo Dragon?