Tom Cramond is Australian arts manger and digital creative. In 2013 he completed a bachelors degree in Arts Management with the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) during which time he interned with a number of organisations including Performing Lines WA, Black Swan State Theatre Company and Artsupport WA. He was also elected to the board of Propel Youth Arts in 2011, Western Australia's peak body for youth arts. In his final year of study Tom completed two programming based internships with Sydney Festival and Belvoir St Theatre, before joining the Perth Festival as the Travel and Logistics Assistant.
In 2014 Tom took up a permanent position with Performing Lines in Sydney as the company's administrator, before moving into the contemporary music space with The Boss Agency as their Marketing & Partnerships Coordinator in 2016. Later that year Tom joined the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence as their Marketing Coordinator - a position he currently holds.
As a photographer Tom’s work has been exhibited across Australia and group shows around the world. Specializing in contemporary portraiture and documentary photography Tom been featured in a number of magazines, art blogs and publications. He has been a finalist in The IRIS Australian Contemporary Portraiture Award and exhibited in The National Portrait Gallery as part of The National Photographic Portrait Prize, and the National Youth Self Portrait Prize.
National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (October 2016 - Present)
Boss Agency (7 Months)
Marketing and Partnerships Coordinator
Performing Lines (2 years)
Responsible for day to day office management, scheduling, inter-staff/office communications, systems and policies, expenditure and budget management, CRM management, travel, logistics & visas for both staff travel and international/national tours.
Perth International Arts Festival (5 months)
Travel and Logistics Assistant
Working alongside the travel and logistics co-ordinator on over 300 visas for international artists, managing and controlling accommodation and flight bookings, production and artist scheduling, artist liaison and administration for the 2014 festival.
Belvoir (3 Months)
Artistic and Programming intern
Working directly with the Associate Producer and Programming team on a variety of projects including logistics, casting, event co-ordination and contract creation and control.
Propel Youth Arts (2 years)
Elected to the board of Propel Youth Arts - Western Australia’s peak arts body for youth and young people as one of two youth arts representatives. Elected vice-chairperson in May of 2012.
Perth International Arts Festival (1 month)
Driver to the Artistic Director of The Perth International Arts Festival.
Sydney Festival (3 months)
Working with the producer of Major Outdoor Events on a full time basis leading up to and during the 2013 Sydney Festival. Responsibilities include logistics and planning, contracting, artist relations and project management.
Performing Lines WA (1 year, 8 months)
Intern and Administration Assistant
Arts administration, budget & production management, marketing and social media development for independent dance and theatre producers, Performing Lines WA.
WA Department of Culture and The Arts (DCA)
Invited to sit on the Youth Development and Quick Response funding panels for the Western Australian Department of Culture and The Arts.
Artsupport WA (3 months)
Periodic intern working with WA manager James Boyd on a range of philanthropic, fundraising and sponsorship programs and initiatives.
Black Swan State Theatre Company (6 months)
Assisting with large scale marketing and PR campaigns, database and social media management.
Tom Cramond Photographics (2 years, 7 months)
Nationally published photographer working with assorted media publications, bands and designers in print and online. Exhibited around Australia, including The National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.
2013 - 11. Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Bachelor of Arts Management
2010 - 09. Edith Cowan University (ECU), Bachelor of Creative Industries (non-complete)
2009 - 06. University of Western Australia (UWA). Bachelor of Arts (non-complete)
2005 - 00. Christ Church Grammar School (CCGS). High School Diploma