This year I was chosen to lead a segment of Creative Media Camp 2017. As the name suggests it’s a week long creative media workshop. Students aged around 14-20 take part and learn a variety of creative digital skills. They also gain experience of how the creative industries work as the segments are led by experienced practitioners including myself. Four groups tackled different creative briefs which required them to communicate one of the UN Sustainable Development goals.
This group, “RAAW” chose the subject of poverty reduction. Watch their video to see what they did.
This may have been the day I lost the source of all my powers. But it was worth it!
I had around twenty-one inches of hair cut off which was apparently enough to make three wigs.
Using the £1070 I raised Little Princess Trust will have these wigs produced and then delivered to three young sufferers of chemotherapy induced hair loss.
And a special thanks to Uffizi in South West London for kindly cutting my hair.
Harrow on the Chill is an independent music festival in London.
It aims to promote local artists from Harrow in any genre of music.
The festival also promotes awareness of and collects for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The 2010 summer festival saw over £5000 raised for that charity.