“You may be climbing a mountain but think of the view when you reach the top”
The multi-talented Londoner works as a Pilates rehabilitation specialist, life coach and motivational speaker, along with volunteering for charities The Katie Piper Foundation and Changing Faces. The road that has led her towards such a fulfilling life has been painful, emotional and filled with unimaginable challenges.
I survived a plane crash aged 10 in which I lost my immediate family and sustained 45% (2nd and 3rd degree) burns to my face and body. I always felt my scars were a huge limitation into me accomplishing so much more. I endured extensive years of bullying and low self-worth. My confidence and self-worth changed as I took my journey inwards recognising my self-acceptance and voice.
Tulsi and I have been friends for many years, having initially met through Facebook and still closer then ever.
Our journeys have flourished through our friendship and it is always an honour to work with Tulsi, who has been an inspiration to many including myself globally. I still remember the day we first spoke and how our paths have developed amazingly over the years, allowing us to be free of the chains.
I’ve also been on a few shoots alongside Tulsi, taking behind the scenes shots for her with companies such as Bio-Oil, Katie Piper Foundation, BBC and other highly regarded brands.