Eleanor is a curator, artist and project manager who studied Fine Art Timebased practice in Cardiff and Arts Management in Liverpool. She co-founded The Royal Standard, an artists’ studio, gallery and social workspace in Liverpool, initially housed in an old pub in Toxteth.

In 2009, she bought a twin cab ford pickup truck and drove to Marrakech, Morocco, with her family, where she set up Mighty Oak Creative – a digital creative agency with a gallery space in an old tailor’s workshop. Eleanor worked for the Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology, Liverpool Biennial, Arena Gallery, National Museums Liverpool and Art Space Portsmouth. Now based in a small village in Hampshire, she has exhibited her artwork internationally, has a passion for promoting emerging art practice and continues to drive a ridiculous vehicle. Eleanor works for ArtReach as Festival Coordinator of Journeys Festival International in Portsmouth.