I was very excited to attend this concert as I played the piano, the cello and the steel pans throughout my childhood. My evenings and weekends were spent either practising or performing at concerts. At my secondary school, Walthamstow School for Girls, I was never out of the music corridor apart from when I had compulsory lessons or was playing netball. Music was my (childhood and young adult) life. Continue reading “Chineke! Orchestra at the Southbank Centre”
I am very grateful to have been invited to write an article for Opello Media, which discusses how I’ve dealt with having a negative online profile for the past 9 years. I hope that this article (and future articles to come) will assist other people who’ve had their reputations damaged. You can read the article HERE.
I’m very proud of my mother Jane Grell, who recently launched ‘White River Blues‘ her second collection of adult poems. I was delighted that mum received strong support from Janet Charles, Acting Dominican High Commissioner to the UK (pictured above with mum and I) who kindly hosted the launch at the (Commonwealth of) Dominica High Commission. Please watch and enjoy this wonderful short video of the launch, made by Opello Media.
My latest Legal Voice column has now been published. This one’s about using digital methods of delivering advice to help combat the loss of privacy, loss of dignity and stigma felt by many advice seekers. You can read the piece HERE.