Sport Relief just launched their trailer for 2018. If you don’t know what Sport Relief is its when the British public comes together to get active, raise money and change lives. This year it’s bigger than ever and there is a whole week of activity lined up for you from 17th to 23rd March 2018.
I am so excited to be featured in it. Great work from VisAble and the BBC changing and helping peoples lives.
Whether you walk, push, run, hop, skip, jump or dance, the money you raise transforms lives by funding incredible projects around the world, to ensure people live happier, healthier, safer lives.
Here is the link for my interview last week for Radio 5 Live with Emma Barnette. To listen to it you need to register on the BBC website. After that go to the date – 03 Nov 2017 and I start talking at 2:46 min. Emma is so lovely and the BBC building in the city centre is amazing, so big. That feeling that we are inside of the television.
I hope you enjoy it. I am talking about fashion, Models of Diversity and our street survey, Jeans and more.
Here is the link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09bxgsv
What is your concept of normality and the beauty? I really want to write an article about it. But for now please take a look at this article.
Is this what real beauty looks like? By Steven McIntoshEntertainment reporter
“Go to Google Images right now,” says photographer Mihaela Noroc, “and search ‘beautiful women’.”
I do as she tells me. Millions of results come back.
“What do you see?” she asks. “Very sexualised images, right?”
Yes. Many of the women in the top pictures are wearing high heels and revealing clothes, and most fit into the same physical mould – young, slim, blonde, perfect skin.
“So beauty all the time is like that,” Mihaela says. “Objectifying women, treating them in a very sexualised way, which is unfortunate.
“Women are not like that. We have our stories, our struggles, our power, but we just need to be represented, because of young women, they see only images like this every day, so they need to have more confidence that they can look the way they look and be considered beautiful.
“But,” she adds, “Google is us, because we are all influencing these images.”
Mihaela has just released her first photography book, Atlas of Beauty, which features 500 of her own portraits of women.