I am passionate about driving awareness, engagement and purpose around causes that I feel passionate about and I have typically used music, entertainment and high profile pioneers to bring attention and focus where otherwise there is no voice. In 2017 I launched Kitchen & Soul; its aim is to connect nutrition and mental health. Creating conversation, breaking down stereotypes and the same time not compromising on food that makes us feel awesome. Is good, does good. A range SoulBalls which are natural energy balls blended with Ayurvedic spices. I am the former Director of Brand and Culture of The House of St Barnabas. I was responsible for not only the culture of the brand but its relevance, progression and visibility. I worked to define what The House of St Barnabas stood for, its social impact and how successful it was as a desirable place to work. Working with cultural pioneers in music, art and literature, I created the award-winning Culture Series. Other projects include: Peace One Day The Swim, Cancer Research UK Vision, Sound, Music Festival, SouthbankLocked Pro Plan feature
Kitchen & Soul (K&S) exists to connect mental wellbeing and nourishing food. Born out of a frustration that many 'health food' brands lacked complex flavour and left you feel rather dissatisfied, Kitchen & Soul created interesting healthy snacks that delivered on both nutrition and taste. SoulBalls are a range of energy balls free of preservatives each blended with spices. Our feel good factor comes from a balanced nutrition and a satisfying on-the-go or occasional snack that creates a feeling of wellbeing.
Strategic and creative lead on taking The House of St Barnabas' brand forward. Festival Director for Art Social, The House of St Barnabas' annual festival to inspire a more connected community of social change makers
Project Director for The Swim and Stand Up to Cancer
Produced annual concerts in London and Paris for award winning NGO Peace One Day.
For The House of St Barnabas Dot London Awards