Christina joined the Noir team after leaving London behind for a life in the north. As our Client Services Manager, Christina oversees all the projects that we’re working on to make sure we create amazing work that our clients love.
We asked her a few questions so you can get to know her a little better.
Hi, I’m Christina. I’m the organised one in the team; spending my days liaising with clients, booking in all our projects and keeping the office running smoothly.
What’s your background?
My story is a bit different from the rest of the team as my move to Noir was part of a career change. I’d been working for the past 8 years as a Project Manager on large scale projects in the health and social care sector. Working in that industry can be extremely rewarding but it comes with its frustrations, there is large amounts of bureaucracy to overcome which means the project timeline usually spans years before completion.
I decided the move to Manchester was a key opportunity to close the gap between my personal interests and my career so it felt natural for me to move into a management role within a creative agency.
What made you want to join Noir?
I had admired Noir’s work from afar for awhile, I love the minimalist and premium feel that the team creates for its clients. As I’m new to the industry, it was important for me to join a small agency where I could get involved in every part of the project to learn the full process. I’m lucky to be part of a team where everyone is an expert in their specialist field so they’ve given me a fast track introduction to agency life.
What do you enjoy most about working at Noir?
No two days are ever the same at Noir and it’s all down to our wonderful clients. We build brands for some of the most inspirational entrepreneurs who are set on disrupting the industry and forging a new path for their business. This makes our job a lot easier as they are always open to mixing things up to try something new and creative.
What do you do when you’re not managing projects?
I’m a fitness fanatic so you’ll usually find me training for my next marathon or triathlon. Although the weather in Manchester has put a bit of a dampener on that (literally). My next challenge might need to be an indoor one.