Bronya runs marketing at EartH in Dalston - a multi-space and multi-arts venue that in its first year of opening has had headliners such as Vampire Weekend, Little Mix, Johnny Marr, Little Simz, Simon Amstell, The Receipts Podcast, and The Beastie Boys grace its stage.
Marketing at EartH encompasses growing the brand identity; PR and advertising; coordinating the production of creative and copywriting; day-to-day events marketing and ticketing; social media; digital marketing such as email marketing and web development... the list goes on.
Bronya first got into music through freelance writing as a teenager and went on to become New Music Editor of music and fashion magazine Notion. Prior to working at EartH she worked at Warp Records for over five years as UK Product Manager, executing campaigns for Aphex Twin, Kelela, Lonelady, and many other artists.
She has been studying part-time and been awarded bachelor's and master's degrees whilst working and advocates for alternative routes in further education. Her master's thesis was on marketing in the socially conscious age and examined why brands continued to fail at representing diverse society in advertising and visual communications.