Imogen Knight

DoB: 30/01/2000

Woking / London / Leeds based


Knollmead Primary School, Classroom Assistant: July 2015

Superdrug Woking, Sales Advisor: September 2016-May 2019

Coombe Girls’ Summer School Assistant: August 2018/2019

Coombe Girls’ GCSE and A-Level Exam Invigilator: April 2019-June 2019

Ballot Counting Assistant, Leeds: December 2019

MYO Design Intern: August 2021-March 2021                  

Imogen Knight

My practice is concerned with our current fracture point, as we substitute real place for virtual space. My collaborative projects and their objectives are stirred by our contemporary re-alignment with Romantic values.


I am very friendly, diligent, and I have a unique ability to be independent in many situations. I am also very organised, always meeting deadlines, and maintaining faultless attendance during secondary education, committing to a part-time job as a Sales Advisor for two and a half years, as well as consistent engagement in my Foundation year at UAL Central Saint Martins. I am highly creative, working well with team dynamics and subsequently contributing well to my working environment through assisting and helping others. I have exemplified these capabilities through work experience at Knollmead Primary School with Year 1 pupils, as well as assisting Year 6’s transitioning into Year 7 at Coombe Girls’ School over the summer. Furthermore, I have raised money for my local charity LinkAble through campaigns in my area working with my NCS team. Having studied Fine Art, History and English Literature at A-Level, alongside producing an EPQ critiquing the current state of the contemporary art world, I have gained greater knowledge in the collaborative arts. I have demonstrated my passion through this field of work through regular involvement with art-based courses in London and curation at my local gallery The Lightbox. In progressing to a Foundation Fine Art year at UAL Central Saint Martins, my independence, experience and understanding within this industry has rapidly developed. Through showing work and curating at UAL’s Lethaby Park art exhibition, as well as invigilating GCSE and A-Level exams this summer, I have furthered my leadership skills and working well within a team. Currently, I hope for this to be consolidated even more during my Fine Art Degree course at Leeds University. Furthermore, I express vital interest in giving something back to the Leeds community by becoming involved in Leeds’ electoral poll as a Ballot Counting Assistant. This has also proved evident in my previous voluntary work as a design intern for MYO global, a care-giving app connecting care-givers, patients and families, which I do alongside my studies. Additionally, I am regularly exhibiting my artwork, and, recently, am a finalist of DegreeArt’s Signature Art Prize, making it to the top 6 within my category, deliberated from over 500 entries from 45 universities in 16 countries.


UAL Central Saint Martins, Fine Art Foundation, 2018-19

University of Leeds, Fine Art BA, 2019-present


The Lightbox Gallery, Collective Studio Works. July 2017.

The Lightbox Gallery, Collective Studio Works. July 2018.

UAL Kings’ Cross Exhibition: PLACE. November 2018.

UAL Waterlow Park Exhibition: Park Project. April 2019.

LIPPY MAG: Euphoria Pre-Print Virtual Exhibtion. April 2020.

PAPER FESTIVAL 2021: Manchester Central Library. TBC.



Better Together Collective Virtual Exhibition. 2020.

Signature Art Prize Virtual Gala Event and Bankside Hotel Exhibition. TBC, 2021


Leeds City Art Gallery Review, collaboration project with Isobel Bates. TO BE PUBLISHED IN 2020.

‘The Lost Puppy.’ Children’s book, illustration collaboration with Breony Hussey. TO BE PUBLISHED IN 2020.


‘THE DISRUPTED VERSE’ (TBC). Poetry collaboration with Rosaleen Williams. TO BE PUBLISHED IN 2020.

MYO Design Internship. AUGUST 2020-MARCH 2021.

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