Becky Adlington

Interview with Olympic Winning Swimmer Becky Adlington

Before Olympic winning swimmer Becky (recipent of 2 gold medals in 2008) entered ITV's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! I had the chance to interview her for Wonderful Women, my space to celebrate women everywhere! Go be inspired!
Claire Harper

Interview with Claire Harper founder of IndiaCoco

Claire Harper is the founder of IndiaCoco, an award winning retailer selling great quality, handpicked British designed childrenswear for children aged 0 to 8 years. Previously Claire was Marketing Director of nursery and fashion retailer Mamas and Papas where she spent five happy years. Claire lives in Yorkshire with her husband and two young daughters.
Pippa Best

Interview with Pippa Best, Script Editor & Founder of Story of Mum

Like many mothers, Pippa has many identities: - Mum to two kids (aged 5 and 2) - Wife to a surfing Location Manager - Mama Champion at Story of Mum (a diverse creative community for mamas) - Project Co-Director at the Cross Channel Film Lab (an Anglo-Franco film development lab that brings together screenwriters and technicians) - - Feature Film Script Editor (with editing skills once described as being 'as rare as unicorns' by Simon Beaufoy)
Emma Haber

Interview with Emma Haber, Brand Strategist

Whilst Emma was born and bred in the UK to a Swedish mother and American father, her travels have since taken her to Los Angeles where she now resides in an idyllic cottage (which harkens back to her homeland) in Venice.
Hazel Davis

Wonderful Women Wednesday-The Interview with Writer Hazel Davis

Hazel Davis is a freelance writer living in beautiful West Yorkshire with her partner Bob and daughters Clementine and Gilda, 19 months and three months respectively. Hazel writes for a variety of newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Billboard and more.
Amancay Tapia

Wonderful Women Wednesday-The Interview: Filmmaker Amancay Tapia

Amancay Tapia is a film director based in London. She directed the feature film 'Campo de Batalla' (Battlefield) and despite a shoestring budget, it was commercially released in cinemas in Bolivia, Colombia and Spain as well as in independent cinema venues in London.