After studying advertising and fine art, Emmeline worked in events and operations management roles in London. She gained experience in tourism and arts venues including Madame Tussauds, London Zoo, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Southbank Centre.
Through these roles, she became specialised in crowd management, ticketing, audience development and licensing. She is currently developing a science fiction cinema in Bristol, which aims to support neurodiverse audiences by testing ideas to create more inclusive cinema environments.
Her art practice includes graphic design, photography and illustration. She has exhibited at the Royal College of Art and worked as an illustrator in Norway. She is currently enrolled on the Professional Doctorate in Education at UWE (The University of the West of England), with the research area of The Adaptability and Sustainability of Venues as Teaching Spaces.