About Aimee Phillips
New Yorker Aimee Phillips has worked across almost every arm of the industry, from music management to fashion, PR, marketing, consulting, styling, tour managing, set design, creative direction, writing, DJing, content creation, event production, and beyond. She has worked with an array of artists including Scissor Sisters, Jax Jones, The Drums, Lily Allen, and Radio 1’s Annie Mac, and alongside some of the biggest music managers in the industry including Dave Holmes (Coldplay, My Chemical Romance,) Big Life (Wham!, La Roux, Snow Patrol,) Stackhouse Management (Rudimental/Gorgon City) and HardLivings (Jax Jones, Duke Dumont.) She has consulted on projects for Edition Hotels and cult beauty brand Bleach London, and in 2015 she was brought in by Money Management to work with Nick Grimshaw on series 12 of the X Factor. She has written for projects including BBC3’s Sweat the Small Stuff, the Elle Style Awards, and is an ongoing contributor for Refinery29. She also serves as creative consultant on Annie Mac’s Lost and Found Festival in Malta annually. She received a bachelors degree in Communication Arts from Marymount Manhattan College and a further education in New York nightlife, hosting and producing events at some of the most illustrious nightclubs of downtown NYC until her move to London in 2012.