Heidi Gosman of Heidi Klein

Wonderful Women-Interview with heidi klein’s Creative Director, Heidi Gosman

Heidi Gosman is co founder and Creative Director at heidi klein, the first one-stop beachwear shop in the UK. Heidi designs all the beachwear, from maxi dresses and kaftans to bikinis and one-pieces with 4 collections each year. Her recent designs include their little girls and boys beachwear collections and accessories.
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Wonderful Women Interview with Fashion Photographer Holly McGlynn

Holly McGlynn is a Dublin-born, London-living fashion photographer. A graduate from the prestigious Goldsmiths, University of London (where I also received my BA and MA from), she was nominated for the Irish Fashion Photographer of the Year 2014 and 2015.
Fiona Gillies-Honest Mum

Wonderful Women-Interview with Film Producer & Actress Fiona Gillies

Fiona Gillies is a film producer with Scoop Films, an actress and the mother of 2 teenage boys. As well as her focus on the busines of making movies she works extensively as an actress on stage and screen. She executive produced ‘Dummy’, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson before both producing and starring in ‘City Slacker’ with Oscar and Golden Globe nominated Tom Conti. Her latest work as a producer is ‘The Beat Beneath My Feet’ in which Luke Perry plays a washed up Rock God .
Susanna Scott

Wonderful Women: Interview with Susanna Scott, Founder of BritMums

Susanna Scott is founder of BritMums, the UK’s largest collective of lifestyle bloggers. BritMums has 6,000+ blogger representing more than 8,500 blogs, keeping Susanna busy along with her three children, aged 8, 9 and 11 and blog A Modern Mother. Before BritMums, Susanna was a marketing director in the IT space. Originally from Silicon Valley, in California she has lived in the UK for nearly 20 years.
Uju

Wonderful Women Wednesday- The Interview with Screenwriter & Blogger, Uju Asika

Uju Asika is the mum of 2 delicious boys, ages 3 and 6, and the founder of Babes about Town, a city guide and curator of all things cool for kids and families in London and beyond. She’s also a freelance writer, social media consultant and a screenwriter for the hit Nigerian TV soap Tinsel, produced by South African company M-Net and broadcast across 45 countries.