Head of UK, Sound Diplomacy
Jett has 10 years experience in research, project and operations management. Specialising in research, business planning, modelling and cultural policy, as well as the planning, feasibility and operations of multi-use venues, co-working offices, festivals and events. Prior to joining Sound Diplomacy, Jett was integral to the creation of Oval Space, a 1,000 capacity multi-use arts venue, before leading his own team to build a 250 capacity live music venue, The Pickle Factory. He joined Sound Diplomacy in 2019 and leads on all UK project delivery, including a night time economy strategy for Quintain and Wembley Park, music policies in Croydon, Belfast, Manchester and Haringey, new mixed-use development projects in London, Bolton and Bath and a night time economy policy for Bradford Council. In 2021, Jett managed the assessment of England’s entire studio market on behalf of DCMS. He is an expert in managing stakeholder engagement initiatives, having done so on behalf of venues and night time economy stakeholders, practitioners and government. Jett also runs Sound Development – an event series which brings property developers and the music industry together.