We’re growing! Introducing Flora, Will & Frankie to team ARTIQ

We are delighted to welcome three talented new staff members to ARTIQ. Flora, Will & Frankie bring with them a wealth of expertise and insight, ranging from workplace installation and logistics to art research and curation. Get to know them below:



Flora Morgan
Workplace Project Co-ordinator
Flora heads up the installation programme for our workplace clients, liaising with artists and clients at every stage to ensure projects run like clockwork in terms of dates, timings and scheduling. She works closely on a day-to-day basis with Jake and Alistair, our in-house installation experts.

‘Going into art galleries can be an intimidating experience for people and yet it’s so important to experience great art in the everyday and in places you might not expect. Working with clients to make sure art is part of workplace and hospitality environments really helps achieve that.’



Will Ballentyne-Reid
Arts Researcher
Will is an Arts Researcher at ARTIQ, working with Helen as part of our arts management team, helping to find new artists and then visiting artist studios to research their practice. Will works with both our workplace and hospitality teams to put together curation presentations in response to briefs.

‘As I had an international upbringing, I’m really aware of how each city’s contemporary art scene gives insights into its people and their inter-connectivity, as well as showcasing individual pockets and communities. ARTIQ is all about creating those connections.’



Frankie Burgess
Senior Art Consultant
Frankie Burgess is a Senior Art Consultant at ARTIQ, specialising in the workplace sector. Frankie develops new client relationships and helps create briefs, before liaising with our curation team to respond with artwork proposals that will help build brands, compliment space, stimulate those who work in them – or anything else our clients ask for.

‘My parents are antique dealers and I grew up fascinated by the stories behind beautiful things. The narrative behind process and inspiration can add so much extra value to an artwork.’