Recently I enjoyed a day out in Brighton with my husband and a Brazilian friend who was visiting from the US, Debora pedroso from Viagem Acessivel.
Brighton is a seaside resort on the south coast of England. It is a very popular destination for tourists and is known for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas and large arts, cultural and music scene.
We travelled by car had a look around some shops, pushed along the seafront, had some great food and enjoyed playing the arcade games on the famous pier.
The day was topped off by a wonderful show of nature and you will need to watch the video to find out more.
I had the honour to interview Samantha Renke talking about fashion for my youtube channel. At this point I am sure you already know Sam… but below is an intro I found in the Daily Mail. I hope you like our video. We talk about Parallel London, how to be a model, VisAble, fashion in general, the things Sam likes to wear, etc… I won’t tell you everything so not spoil the video.
In the end, we ended up with 2 videos.
Enjoy it and please leave your comments.
Who is Samantha Renke?
“Samantha, 32, is a Lancashire born actress and public speaker who currently lives in east London.
Renke, a former teacher, moved to London several years ago to pursue a career in acting and made her debut in an independent film called Little Devil.
Samantha won best actress at the LA Diversity Film Festival.
She is a supporter of the disability charity Scope and patron of Head2Head Theatre Company, and occasionally writes for The Huffington Post.”
She’s on Twitter @samrenke. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5259409/Would-share-real-story-wounds.html
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.
The stories behind their scars: Brave men and women share how fires, abuse, and illness altered their appearance forever in deeply personal revelations
Revealing imperfections can be intimidating in a society obsessed with photo filters and social media selfies.
… Speaking to FEMAIL, London-based photographer Sophie Mayenne explained she launched her project ‘Behind The Scars‘ to give people a chance to share the stories behind their scars – and how they learned to embrace them.
Each person featured has a personal story which they’ve lived with and transformed into a way to empower themselves. Here, some share their story with FEMAIL…
To see more people that got involved please read the full article on:
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5259409/Would-share-real-story-wounds.html#ixzz54SCSQayj
All the best Sam x