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Lottie became a member of the shesaid.so community back in 2016 in Barcelona. Her career background started in fashion buying working for brands brands such as Urban Outfitters in London and Bershka in Barcelona.
When she moved to Los Angeles in 2017, the shesaid.so community became incredibly crucial part of her transition to the US not only as she changed career paths from fashion to the music industry but also on a personal level, allowing her to connect to a community of likeminded individuals.
Now Events and Special Projects Manager at dublab, the historic non profit radio station dedicated to the growth of music, arts and culture here in LA, she produces events in association with Ace Hotel, The Standard, as well as institutions like LACMA, The Music Center, REDCAT, Bonnaroo Festival, CalArts and MOCA to name a few. For nearly 20 years dublab has been channelling the vital, independent and creative spirit of the city, bringing music from all over the world to an audience of culturally engaged creators and tastemakers, elevating artists that deserve to be heard and appreciated.
She is the coordinator for the LA chapter of shesaid.so radio aired every third Saturday of the month from 12-2pm on dublab. Formed by members of the Los Angeles chapter, the shesaid.so Radio LA team aims to motivate, connect and showcase the working of inspiring womxn worldwide. The monthly show features interviews and themed discussions exploring industry news, trends and womxn's ever evolving forms of influence within the music ecosystem.
Lottie (or Tottie behind the decks) can also be seen DJing regularly on the local LA scene, holding down residencies at the Ace Hotel, The Standard, and is an avid music collector with a focus on Leftfield disco, house and ambient sounds most predominately from the melting polt of Europe's finest producers and DJs. She also co-hosts her own show with Little Boots on dublab every third Friday of the month from 6-8pm, with a focus on championing local and international female and LGBTQ artists. Freeform radio and music are integral part of how she ticks.