"Sustainability is the art of living well, within the ecological limits of a finite planet.
Art is more than an instrument in this process. It’s the nature of it."
Professor Tim Jackson
Founder, Consultant & Tour Manager
Throughout her 12-year career in live events, sustainability has always been a core part of her work ethos. Bitten by the sustainability bug during her first internship as a sustainability manager for Rocktambule festival in her home country of France, she hasn't looked back since.
She is currently working as a Sustainability & Social Cohesion Coordinator at Team Love in Bristol, on Love Saves The Day,
Her experience also includes working as Tour Manager for Mulatu Astatke and lending her expertise as an Artist Administrator & Accreditation manager to world-renowned festivals: Glastonbury Silver Hayes, Boomtown, Envision Festival and Simple Things.
What Soliphilia Means To Us
We use the Three Pillars as a framework to ensure our decisions are in line with our ethos of sustainability; Social, Environment and Economy.
We promote a REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - REPURPOSE - RECYCLE mind frame to creatively re-think our environment, habits and patterns in our year-round activities and opperations.
There is no sustainable world without social justice, it's intersectional work.
We promote transparency and accountability and we are enthusiastic critical thinkers and relentless optimists. Wellbeing and mental health are part of our core ethos, particularly when it comes to touring.
We believe in equitable opportunities for an inclusive, diversified work environment and wish to invest in the future generation.
We have on-going training opportunities for our team and will work towards providing paid internships to help young people accessing roles in the music industry.
We've partnered with ecolibrium to record our travels and balance unavoidable carbon emissions, alongside working to reduce our impact.
ecolibrium is a live events industry response to the climate crisis – a community of events, festivals, suppliers, artists and music companies taking action to reduce travel impacts and invest in climate solutions - supporting ecosystem protection, regeneration and clean energy.
We call on governments and media institutions to tell the truth about the climate and ecological emergency.
We call on governments to act now to reverse biodiversity loss and reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by no later than 2030.
We recognise that the emergency has arisen from global injustices and will work towards systemic change to protect life on Earth.
We acknowledge the environmental impact of music industry practices and commit to taking urgent action.