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A podcast where I chat to women from all walks of life about their own unique, creative journey. How they got here, how their story has shaped their creative work, what they’ve learned, what has helped them and where they plan to go from here. It’s an irregular journey for so many of us and I am delighted to offer a platform to share these fascinating stories and wells of wisdom.
 
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This week I chat to Deborah Eydmann Beau, writer, model, life long creative. In this inspiring and at points, tear inducing chat, Deborah tells me about coming into her own at 55, her childhood in Yorkshire and how this formed her, a lifelong passion for drama, her life in France with her three children, successful careers in translation and bloggi…
 
This week I am chatting to baker, artist and empress of cushion embroidery Sharon Nagadya. Born in Uganda, Sharon moved to the UK age 11. After initially pursuing a career as a nurse/hairdresser, Sharon couldn’t ignore the fact that her passion was in the creative fields. We talk about family and cultural expectations, what she now considers to be …
 
This week I’m chatting to Grower & Florist Hattie Shackleton of Honour Farm Folk. In our conversation we touch upon Hattie’s experience of working in branding agencies and being a woman in the graphic design industry, then opening up her own shop ‘Maud’s House’ in the old market town of Skipton. We talk about what it’s like to have several skills a…
 
This week I’m chatting to writer and life coach, Nadia Karim. Nadia’s rich journey includes a passion for photography, social justice, an ongoing theme of storytelling and being one half of Edinburgh based shop Century General Store. We had a long chat about empathy, acknowledging the depths of our differences, the value of being quiet, her journey…
 
This week I’m chatting to TV Camera Operator and photographer Lyndsey Harris. As a camera op, Lyndsey has worked on productions such as Coronation Street, Wimbledon and, in my opinion, the most exciting of all, Stars in Their Eyes. When she’s not filming, Lyndsey captures the world around her with her camera and a sharp documentary eye, honing in o…
 
This week I’m chatting to visual artist, community builder and photographer Jo Melia. Jo and I chatted about growing up and living with her mum’s alcoholism and the impact this had on her creative dreams, parenting and being part of a neuro-divergent family, her experience of art school, her years working full time in a bank, setting up a make-up b…
 
This week I’m chatting to artist, adventurer, writer and marine conservationist Katie Tunn. Katie lives her life in companionship with the waters: waking up to the sound of waves on the Isle of Skye, creating stunning art work inspired by the Hebridean seas, collecting litter and rescuing injured seals along the coastline and, later this year, visi…
 
This week I’m chatting to creative powerhouse, Instagram influencer, kitchen dancer, style icon… the one and only Sophia Cook. Growing up, Sophia loved the performing arts, leading onto studying and later working in theatre and costume design. We cover her journey from working as a wardrobe mistress in London theatres to overseeing builds of new sc…
 
This week I’m chatting to sensory designer, brand consultant and passionate foodie Lauren Davies. Lauren approaches her work as both an alchemist and detective, using design and her passion for innovation as a way to tell her own stories and those of her clients. For the first half hour we talk about Lauren’s focus on sustainability and wellbeing i…
 
This week I’m chatting to photographer, graphic designer, story teller and creator of magic, Mirlah Richardson. Mirlah is a multi-hyphen, multi-talented stream of cool water, adapting to whichever way her life has led her. In this conversation we touch upon (amongst many other things) the value of being a master (or mistress) of all trades, adjusti…
 
In this episode I talk to the journalist and author, Amy Liptrot. Amy grew up on Orkney before moving to London in her twenties to pursue a career as a music journalist. Her memoir The Outrun is an account of her alcoholism during this time, her recovery and the pull between the island and the city. The book won her the PEN Ackerley prize, the Wain…
 
A short, and slightly emotional intro to Season Two of 'On the Irregular' with me, Java Bere. It's a brief reflection on my own journey, the first season and what to expect from this season. If you are interested in learning more about our creative workshop Say It Out Loud, click here to read more. Welcome back and thank you for listening! Support …
 
In this episode I talk to Fola Agbalaya, a vintage furniture upholsterer, with a passion for mid-century designs. Working from her South Manchester workshop, Fola sources furniture from all over Europe and breathes a new life back into each unique piece. Originally from London, Fola talked to me about her dramatic career pivot in her late forties a…
 
This week I talked to my partner Jon, who doesn’t identify as a woman, but for this bonus episode, I asked him to chat with me while we picked up ingredients at the market and returned home to make lunch on a cold, bright winter morning. I wanted to discuss the last couple of years since we both started our businesses, and Jon gave up his full time…
 
This week I’m talking to my dear friend and colleague, the photographer and educator, Laura Carly Adams. In this chat we grasshopper all over the place. We go from the value of community, to how photography changed Laura’s life, to the power of sharing our stories and finding purpose after the early years of motherhood. Laura is a firework of enthu…
 
This week I'm talking to Jenny Oakenfull, baker and co-owner of Longboi's Bakehouse in South Manchester. Originally from York, Jenny left school with an armful of A grades and very little idea of what she wanted to do. Because her academic learning skills were strong, she was encouraged to pursue the academic route and applied to do Geography at un…
 
This week I am talking to my dear friend, Emma Crompton, a casting director and acting coach. Emma and I met over fifteen years ago at drama school. Since then, Emma has worked with some of the greatest casting directors, producers and directors in the world, on productions such as Line of Duty, Sherlock, Beauty and the Beast and Vanity Fair. In ou…
 
This week I am talking to clinical scientist, photographer and writer Emma Goulding. From the moment we started talking, we went in deep. You will hear me wax lyrical about Emma’s self portrait, and I cannot encourage you enough to follow her on instagram for both her images and words. Starting with the heart of a tree, we moved onto thoughts on sh…
 
This week I’m talking to Mariel Greene of Next Lives Vintage, a stylist, photographer and seller of unique vintage pieces. Mariel lives in South Africa with her husband and two dogs in a self built, off grid house from where she runs her vintage business alongside doing her full time day job. We talk about her learning difficulties misdiagnosis as …
 
This week I’m talking to the prolific artist and graphic designer Lela Harris. We talked about Lela’s childhood days in Manchester, sat on her back step writing her memoir on a typewriter, the acts of generosity that have helped guide her creativity, and the serendipitous snowboarding accident that opened up a staggering talent for portraiture she …
 
This week I’m talking to Laurie Park, aka Dear Prudence Studio, an illustrator and designer, mother of three boys and dear friend. Originally from Scotland, now based in Hebden Bridge, Laurie chatted to me about growing up knowing she wanted to be an artist, the struggles she had in the education system and the path she took via textiles and fashio…
 
This week I’m talking to Annie Klink, an American artist selling Mexican pottery. I first came across Annie on instagram years ago when searching for other vintage sellers. At the time Annie lived in New York and specialised in selling vintage rugs. Her elegant, bohemian, warm style appealed to me on every level. Annie has since moved to Mexico, fr…
 
This week is chapter II of my chat with Kiruna Stamell, an Australian actress based in the UK. Kiruna has worked extensively on both stage and screen. Her credits include Moulin Rouge, Life's Too Short and The New Pope alongside a prolific stage career. Kiruna and I met in Manchester in our early 20’s. Fast forward 17 years and Kiruna is busy filmi…
 
This week I’m talking to Kiruna Stamell, an Australian actress based in the UK. Kiruna has worked extensively on both stage and screen. Her credits include Moulin Rouge, Life's Too Short and The New Pope alongside a prolific stage career. Kiruna and I met in Manchester in our early 20’s. Fast forward 17 years and Kiruna is busy filming a big budget…
 
This week I’m chatting to Saima Kaur, an embroidery artist living in Hebden Bridge. Saima spent time at boarding school in India where she first learned how to embroider. Little did she know that years later, embroidery would become her main channel of work and expression. As Saima tells me her story, we touch on how our clothes can reflect our sta…
 
Cherelle is a multi-faceted creative dynamo. She is passionate about growing food, cooking food, styling, interiors, challenging herself to take on practical projects and setting the perfect scene to enjoy a feast of food and drink. Since finding each other on instagram a few years ago, we bonded over bulk buying ingredients, the electric joy of a …
 
This week I’m chatting to Carissa Tanton, an illustrator from North Wales currently living off grid in Central Portugal. Carissa began with ambitions to be a doctor, then a psychologist and then after a life changing time living in Paris, became an illustrator despite having been labeled ‘terrible at art’ at school. Her linear monochrome work is mi…
 
Welcome to the trailer episode, where I explain a little about my background, how and why this podcast was born and the intention behind collecting these conversations. Useful links: A Short History of My Business Blog Post My Life Story in Chapters 'Say It Out Loud' Workshop About Me About Laura Adams If you would like to get in touch with any que…
 
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