I'm all in.

To the team at Neptune, I offer my skills, experience, and high-octane drive. Below, you will find samples of my work, a few words about myself, and reasons why I would prove to be a valuable asset to your team as a Social Media, Communications and Content Creator. 

Thank you for your consideration.


Social Media? Check.

Communications? Check.

Content Creation? Check.

an introduction.

Hi, I'm Patrick Fulgencio, an alumnus of the University of King's College Bachelor of Journalism Honours Program (BJH 2017).

Throughout university, I have taken on many roles that have helped me prepare for a position in your marketing team. Such titles include:

Trainee and official photographer at the World Curling Federation; writer and photographer at The Starving Sailor food blog; social media and communications coordinator and instructor at the Dalhousie Swing Dance Society; freelancer at The Coast; and multimedia journalism intern at the Star Metro.

In the last five years, my work has been published internationally, on web and in print. Thanks to this regular stream of work supplementing my education, I have built lasting relationships with many publications and people in my field of work. All of whom have helped me gain the knowledge and experience that I possess today. Some of my skills include:

Using applications such as Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, WordPress, and Squarespace; SEO and analytic tools to monitor website traffic; all existing and new social media platforms; and time management and organization using Google and other productivity apps.

 I pride myself on my equipment and always stay informed on the latest in visual storytelling technologies and the platforms for sharing them.

Well-versed in visuals.

My time in the journalism program has helped me discover and hone my talents in visual media.

I saw Allister MacDonald's interview for Shakespeare In Love on your social media channels and thought you might be interested in seeing how I could help take Neptune Theatre's social media presence to a new, more professional, level.

The following video was commissioned by the University of King's College Advancement Office in 2016. If you'd like to see more, the button below will lead you to a collection of videos about the Foundation Year Programme that the University also commissioned me to create in 2015.

I am also elated to see that my headshots were used for promotional materials and a social media post for Shakespeare In Love. With me on your team, actors will always be portrayed in the (lime)light that we both know they deserve so well. 

Lisa Corey

Adrian Choong

an eye for the arts.

Spending my formative teen years in Pictou County blessed me with the opportunity of being taught by musical powerhouses Andrew and Janice Alcorn. My love for music and theatre flourished with them present throughout high school. Thanks to them, I have played roles in productions as well as seen several shows on many stages around the globe.

I have played parts in Les Miserables (Enjolras), Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), and in Titus Andronicus (Martius)

And I have seen shows in Halifax (La Cage Aux Folies, The Nutcracker, and Once), London (Once and Les Miserables), and on Broadway (Wicked and Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark). 

The following pictures capture my involvement in high school productions. My responsibilities were not limited to the stage as I often spearheaded other aspects of production such as the making of promotional materials. Though the pictures are old and my banners don't accurately represent the calibre of work I am now capable of, these photos are exemplary of my lifelong commitment to sharing the arts with people in my community.

Myself as Gaston in a 2013 NNEC production of Beauty and the Beast.

Myself as Enjolras in a 2012 NNEC production of Les Miserables.

Countdown banner that I had crafted and placed in the school's front lobby.

One of ten promotional posters I made and placed around school leading up to the opening of Les Miserables.

@NeptuneTheatre. 50K Followers.

final words.

Thank you for allowing me these few minutes to showcase some of my passions.

I hope that the stories I've shared convey my love for the arts, my capabilities, and drive to grow.

I have enjoyed creating this presentation for you and I look forward to working with you.

Yours sincerely,

Patrick Fulgencio