TripleC

Monique Jarrett

Monique is a co-founder of TripleC and leads on the company’s tech and multi media work. She is also a trainee workshop leader. She has been working with Arts companies on projects for over 15 years. At 15, she was the only wheelchair user in the Greater Manchester Schools Opening Ceremony Performance for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Monique became Access Worker in her last year of College for MANCAT which was then used as policy for all of MANCAT Colleges. She then went on to complete a degree in Tourism Management which included Consumer Law and Marketing. Whilst at university Monique worked with a drama group based in Bury. She was a creative producer on a project hosted by FullCircle Arts, Cornerhouse (HOME) and The Sancho Plan. Monique became Corner House Volunteer for the AND Festival and was one of the first members of the group (now known as HOME Digital Reports) run by Sarah Leech while working in the AND Festival. She was taught how to use SLR cameras, portable digital cameras, Final Cut Pro, interview techniques, live social media, promotion by social media and filming & recording techniques. Monique completed a Young Artist Development Course with FullCircle Arts which focused on creating and developing art as a career or business.

She was also a Governing Board Member for FullCircle Arts . Monique is a National and International Amateur Class Wheelchair Dance Champion as well as a model under the Agency Zebedee becoming one of five disabled models on the cover of Grazia Magazine 2018. She recently worked as an Extra on “Hollyoaks”, “The A Word” and BBC’s “Life”.

 

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