Social Media Executive
What made you want to work at Fifteen?
I had seen that the agency have several industry awards and I wanted to be a part of a successful and passionate company.
What would you say is the biggest challenge about being a Social Media Executive?
Keeping up-to-date with the ever-changing trends! Social media is so fast paced, one minute a post is relevant and then before you know it’s not anymore.
What’s the most unusual fact about yourself that not a lot of people know?
Probably the fact that I was born in Germany.
What would we be likely to bump into you doing at the weekend?
Going on a run, out shopping or baking some goodies!
What inspires you?
Seeing those around me become successful in their careers and life ambitions.
My party trick is: I can bend my fingers back at a 90-degree angle.
If I was born a boy, my parents would have named me: Alexander, I know, so original.
My dream car registration plate would be: Number plates have never fussed me; I’d rather just have my dream car, which would probably be something like a Jaguar!
My favourite cocktail is: Mojitos! Refreshing with a hint of sweetness.
I laugh at: Animal fails, memes and Michael McIntyre.
On my way to work I: sing along to the radio whilst thinking about what I’m going to have for dinner that night.
If I won the lottery, I would: build my dream home and explore the world, a bit cliché but it would be awesome.
My guilty pleasure is: a crisp sandwich. Such a childhood throwback.
My home from home is: Sweden, I’ve been a fair few times now. I love their food, style, ski resorts, furniture (yes, I love a bit of IKEA flat pack DIY!), and the people there are so nice!
The best piece of advice I’ve ever had is: ‘Figure out what you love to do, and then figure out how to get someone to pay you to do it.’Back to Team