Hear Me, See Me.
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Georgia Gabriel-Hooper.
Season 1, Ep. 70
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Georgia Gabriel-Hooper, domestic violence campaigner.I was introduced to Georgia Gabriel-Hooper by a previous guest Jodie Keegans and was blown away by this amazing, courageous, formidable young woman. Her story absolutely stopped me in my tracks and her bravery and fortitude blow me away.This is a long podcast but I wanted to keep it in one episode as you may, like me, may be invested to the end.The fact that Georgia has been through so much at such a young age and now has the energy and will to devote her life at such a young age is astounding.Georgia not only helps countless people with her strength and hope but is campaigning, with others, in backing the call for a register of domestic abusers.If you are moved by this as I was, please follow Georgia and give her and others the support they need.Georgia's Twitter : https://twitter.com/GeorgiaDA2018Haircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Paul Jones.
Season 1, Ep. 69
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Paul Jones, Paul Jones Project.I first met Paul Jones when he asked me to be a guest on his Paul Jones Project after being recommend by my good friend Neil Moody.I really enjoyed it and said that " you've shown me yours so let me show you mine " so he agreed to be a guest on Hear Me, See Me Podcast. He is funny, entertaining and his positivity is infectious. I thoroughly enjoyed our chat and even though I was suffering from a deadly case of Man Flu ( I miraculously recovered ) I came off our chat with a real lift, such is his nature of his personality.Paul started his PJP video series during the pandemic to give people a lift and as an antidote to the depressing situation we were in and he helped so many people in and out of the industry alike.We are determined to collaborate after lockdown and he really will be an fantastic addition to the Haircuts4Homeless family.Please enjoy.Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/pauljoneshair/Website : https://www.pauljonescreative.com/Haircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Helen Addis.
Season 1, Ep. 68
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Helen Addis.We had a great chat and who would think that two people talking about such an emotive subject could laugh so much. Helen is brave, funny and inspirational.Helen is Features Editor of the ITV Lorraine show and has enjoyed almost 20 yearsin the television industry covering everything from the US elections to the latestfashion and beauty trends. The mum of 3 created a national breast cancerawareness campaign with Lorraine called ‘Change And Check’ whilst fighting herown aggressive diagnosis. The simple reminder sticker initiative which goes onshop/gym changing room mirrors has been supported by the likes of John Lewis,Asda, David Lloyd and Monsoon (to name a few). The lifesaving campaign has beendiscussed in Parliament, adopted by the police force nationwide and the Royal Maileven put it on their post marks during Breast Cancer Awareness month. Sincelaunch in 2019, 48 women so far have said that ‘Change and Check’ saved their lives.Now through treatment, Helen spends her spare time raising awareness and offeringsupport to fellow cancer thrivers via her instagram @TheTittyGritty and is thrilled tohave launched passion project The C List which she knows will help the cancercommunity hugely.The C-List : www.the-c-list.com Instagram : @TheTittyGrittyHaircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Leon McLeod.
Season 1, Ep. 67
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Leon McLeod.I have heard Leon's inspirational story on other podcasts and was really pleased when he agreed to come on mine. This is his story in his own words." On Saturday 3rd June 2017 my life changed in a way I could never have prepared for.While on a foot patrol with my colleague, we stepped into a situation that I can hardly find the right words to explain as the atrocities of the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack began to unfold.Although I didn’t sustain the physical injuries or worse that so many others unfortunately did, the events have no doubt left their mark.I know for certain that many of my colleagues and fellow members of the blue light family that responded to calls for assistance have been affected along with the countless other members of the public, and while that night was beyond the norm, emergency services personnel are faced with traumatic events on a daily basis all over the country. The horrendous scenes of Grenfell and the continued attacks on British shores only serve to highlight this.We’re all only human, but yet we all come back in day after day to do it all again never knowing what’s around the corner.Clearly though there’s only so much a person can take, and it seems that only recently proper attention has been paid to mental health and wellbeing. No matter how big or small, things will always leave a mark. "Please enjoy.Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/leonmcl88/PTSD999 : https://www.ptsd999.org.uk/My Black Dog : https://www.myblackdog.co/Haircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Sally Brooks. Hairdresser of the Year.
Season 1, Ep. 66
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Sally Brooks. Hairdresser of the Year.The award-winning Brooks & Brooks team are one of the most dynamic teams in British hairdressing. Led by owners Sally Brooks and Jamie Brooks, the central London salon is a mecca for passion, education and creativity.The business partners met when they both worked at the Trevor Sorbie salon in CoventGarden, before opening their eponymous salon in Holborn 17 years ago. Sally initially wanted to be a make-up artist when she left school and won Student of the Year on her theatrical make-up course (her first taste of awards!)Since opening their salon, Sally and Jamie have won numerous awards including London Hairdresser of the Year three times, Most Wanted Directional Look and Sally was a nominee for 2018, 2019 and 2020 Most Wanted Hair Icon. In fact, since opening the team have won more than 30 awards for their incredible creativity.Sally’s passion is to mentor young hairdressers and she has worked with Sophia Hilton when she won Newcomer of the Year, as well as current proteges Grace Dalgleish (Most Wanted It Girl) and Marlon Hawkins (Most Wanted It Boy finalist). Jamie is an incredible entrepreneur and his business acumen is second to none.The business partners regularly judge international competitions, including British Hairdressing Awards, Australian Hair Fashion Awards and Norwegian Hair Awards.Sally, Jamie and the team have presented at shows including the final presentation at the L’Oreal Colour Trophy UK and Ireland, as well as numerous international shows and events. Sally was crowned 2017 and 2018 British Hairdresser of the Year, the first female hairdresser to be nominated for and win the title since 2006. She was also nominated for the title in 2019 and won it again in 2020. She was presented Fellowship Hairdresser of the Year for 2019/2020.In 2019 she wrote and produced a documentary about the hairdressing industry which was released in 2019. The Journey To My Destination is available on DVD and Amazon Prime Video.Website: www.brooksandbrooks.co.ukInstagram: @brookshair @SallybrookshairHaircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Jess Megan, educator.
Season 1, Ep. 65
This weeks Hear Me, See Me. Podcast is with Jess Megan, educator.Jessica is an official ambassador for the Breast Cancer Charity Coppafeel!as well as Anti-Bullying Charity Ditch the Label andBloody Good Period, a charity that provides Menstrual Products for Refugees, Asylum Seekers and those who are unable to afford them.She was nominated byCosmopolitan Magazine for Heath and Wellbeing Influencer of the year for her outstanding contribution to female wellness online and has also made multiple television appearances, including her participation on Channel 4’sBring Back the Bush, BBCGlow Up andJohn Frieda’sDream Curls Commercial.Jessica is extremely passionate about the sexual wellbeing and self-love and as such has become a role model in her field. Her followers look to her for guidance on a wealth of topics, such as feminism, fashion, beauty, sex, body confidence and relationship issues.This chat was an absolute joy for me, firstly because I've admired Jess for a long time now but also because I was joined by my daughter Esme Roberts who co-hosted with me. I asked Esme to join me because I thought that hers and Jess's personalities would be a great mix and my instincts proved right. We all had a great time and they did their best to educate this old dinosaur in todays concepts.Please enjoy.Jessica MeganBody Confident Content Creator, Curve Model & WriterAmbassador to CoppaFeel! Breast Cancer Charity & Bloody Good PeriodE:email@example.comInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/jess_megan_/Haircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Mark Harvey, charity worker.
Season 1, Ep. 64
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Mark Harvey, charity worker.I met Mark Harvey in person at the launch of Haircuts4Homeless knightsbridge. He had already contacted me about bringing Haircuts4Homeless to the night shelter in Knightsbridge and his enthusiasm had me hooked. It was even more so in person and the love and respect he showed the guests was intoxicating.Having been previously homeless Mark comes from a place of authenticity and respect and is fully committed to helping others. Im sure his story will inspire you as much as it inspired me. Please enjoy.Mark's charity page : https://www.facebook.com/thesocialenterpriseteamHaircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Sharron Walker.
Season 1, Ep. 63
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Sharron Walker, Haircuts4Homeless team leader.Sharron Walker is another one of our unsung heroes who runs a team for is at Haircuts4Homeless in Peterborough.Sharron is a superwoman who balances family life with running her own business and still finds time to lead two projects for us in Peterborough.It was great to catch up with her to find out how things were going. Please enjoy.H4H Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/haircuts4homelesspeterborough/Sharron Walker Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/sharronwalker_mobilestylist/Haircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Gary Mansfield.
Season 1, Ep. 62
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. with Gary Mansfield.Fine artist, curator and Ministry of Arts Podcast host Gary Mansfield has had a most unlikely induction into the world of art: serving a fourteen year prison sentence in his early twenties for drug importation, Mansfield discovered the catalogue for the 1999 Saatchi exhibition Sensation, which brought together the group of artists known as the YBAs. and Mark Wallinger.Inspired by the work he saw, Mansfield contacted these up-and-coming artists form his cell, asking for information on their work and careers. A bold move, Mansfield’s bold move was well received, and led to correspondences that would last throughout his sentence with the likes of Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk, Gary Hume, Mark Titchner and Mark Wallinger.Under their guidance, Mansfield eventually completed a degree in Fine Art: an achievement that would come to have a profound and lasting impact on his sene of self. Since completing his degree, Mansfield has collaborated with the a number of the YBAs on various artworks and projects. He also works closely with prisoners & ex-offenders, curates large exhibitions to raising funds for various charities, and is a board member of the Koestler Trust. Intimately tied to his early life experiences, Mansfield’s works explore themes of incarceration, focusing on the material enclosures of prison life, for a powerful and politically charged aesthetic. ( Bio : ArtRepublic )Gary is funny, inspirational and proof that a leopard can change his spots.https://www.instagram.com/mizogart/https://twitter.com/mizogArthttps://www.facebook.com/gmanasfieldhttps://artrepublic.com/collections/gary-mansfield#Haircuts4Homeless :https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by :https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/