The Big Meet Up Round Up Video (above). See below for the Social Media video.
I volunteered with the GOSH Charity to produce a round up of their Young People's Forum (YPF) Big Meetup day. This was a brilliant day organised entirely by the YPF young people and team of organisers. They had a fantastic line up speaking about their stories, workshops, training, exercises in improving the GOSH experience and a highlight interview with Alex Brooker, renowned TV presenter, comedian who had personal memories of GOSH to share with the audience. The landmark event will now be replicated by YPFs of other hospitals all over the country and will take place annually. Needless to say, GOSH YPF set quite a benchmark.
The Big Meet Up Social Video (below)
My dream of creating for GOSH is rooted in my personal experience at GOSH. The story of my journey of child loss, grief and choosing to live life against all odds will be added in another blogpost soon.
Here it is, the powerful campaign I worked on together with Dogs Trust and Dam Digital media agency. It is called #ThinkBeforeYouClick to educate the public on buying dogs online.
I am so thrilled to see this online, largely because I love collaborating with charities but more so because this is a subject that needs to garner more awareness yet there is a long way to go.
The British public are inherently dog lovers, they are also all very active online. This means that the desire to own things at the click of a button comes directly into conflict with the ethics of puppy rearing.
Watch on to see how an innocent "purchase" online could just be feeding the cycle of illegal dog farming.
Omar Mansoor showcased to a fully packed ballroom at the AMBA Charing Cross Hotel. Going for a sleek modern collection, the pieces had glitzy materials in a neutral palette of greys and golds. I love that each piece here is so wearable and the collection is flawlessly coherent. I think I definitely want the jumpsuit and the geometric hem skirt now.