About Art After Death
We work in the business of making ideas into reality. We help our clients with projects in all areas of creative and cultural practice, working in partnership, with vision and imagination. We are unique in business consultancy in that we donít fit your ideas into existing frameworks. Instead, like you, we start with the vision of the end result, and we find the structures and strategies that enable you to achieve your goals.
Our approach is characterised by a detailed understanding of creativity, creative arts practice and cultural organisations, linked to our ability to offer customised services that meet the needs, style and culture of our clients. Our clients demonstrate a high level of professional expertise in their chosen fields of operation. Their motivation and ultimate goals are primarily the achievement of artistic excellence. Whilst our clients also strive to achieve profitability, this is a secondary concern. Our partners have specialised in creative arts and cultural business consultancy for many years. We have pooled our knowledge and experience in recent years to work in partnership: our focus is to support creative artists and cultural organisations to establish and develop themselves. The principal consultants for Art after Death are:
is an art lawyer, manager, strategist and change specialist, with a life-long commitment to the arts and the support of creative arts practitioners and cultural organisations through innovation, people development and co-creation. He has thirty yearsí experience of international business consultancy work in the creative arts and cultural industries, alongside work undertaken in other content-led industries such as sport, the legal professions, and higher education; and extensive experience as a public speaker, lecturer and trainer, published writer and journalist with broad experience of media liaison.
Roslyn Innocent is a bilingual French/English legal and business consultant providing specialist advice on art related issues. Throughout her thirty year career as a qualified French avocat and English solicitor Roslyn practised in the UK and in France, and specialised in the law relating to the visual arts and cross border issues. She was Director of Artlaw Services, the UKís advice and assistance organization, until 1984 when she was a founder and the first Director of the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS). Together with Mark Stephens she founded Stephens Innocent, Europeís first law firm specializing in art related issues. She currently specializes in intellectual property rights, and in artistís estate planning and artistic estate management after death.