Karen Donkin

Annie Leibovitz developed her trademark use of bold colours and poses while at Rolling Stone. Her photography style demands close collaboration with her subject, and she is credited for making many of their covers collector's items, including an issue that featured a nude John Lennon taken just hours before his death. After ten years as Chief Photographer at Rolling Stone, she became featured portrait photographer for Vanity Fair. Her subjects range from Presidents, musicians, literary icons, war torn countries to teen heartthrobs, all striking a perfect balance between a good portrait and finding the subject's soul. That is DELIVERING EXCEPTIONAL.

Karen has over 20 years' experience in project management, having delivered onsite management at high-profile global sports events and international hospitality programmes. She is extremely skilled in turning strategic objectives into operational realities. Karen works with top tier sponsors in planning, managing and activating large and complex guest programmes, targeted at both B2B and B2C audiences, and has been heavily involved in 11 Olympic Games.

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