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I am Founder and Creative Life Designer at Spin My Plates, where I help ‘multi-peeps’ balance lives and careers incorporating all their interests.
A ‘Cheeky’ Entrepreneur and Friendly Activist, I enjoy Weekends Camping in the Woods with my son.
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BEING A PLATE-SPINNER
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Photographer (amateur and professional)
Company Name Magic Hands Photography, Cherrysnaps Photography, Kent Messenger Newspapers
Attending HND in Photography at West Kent College I also completed a 6 Month darkrooms and studio work placement at Km Group Newspapers in 1994. I then kept photography and darkroom work (later photoshop), as a hobby until 2010.I then began working as a photographer on a number of projects and also managing my own photography business in a variety of photographic genres including weddings, portraiture, pets and children.
Store Manager, Induction Trainer
Customer Service and Sales Manager
Shift Manager, Health and Safety Co-Ordinator, Administration Assistant
West Kent College
Dates attended 1994 – 1997 Attained BTEC HND Photography
McDonald’s Head Office Training Centre
Dates attended 1992 – 1998
Management Training Recruitment Food Safety Health and Safety Basic Sea Survival and MMS (Stena Line Cross Channel)
South Kent College
Dates attended or expected graduation1992 – 1994
BTEC 1st Dip Design
Sandwich High School
Dates attended 1990 – 1992
GCSE’s5 x B grade3 x C grade
South Kent College
Dates attended 1994 – 1996
A-Level English Law A-Level Computer Programming A-Level English Literature
Terrence Higgins Trust
My brother died of complications from HIV. I am helping Terrence Higgins Trust as they supported my brother through a very stressful time in his lfe and, in his memory, I would like to thank and honour them for the amazing work they continue to do for people affected by HIV/AIDS!He was the one of the first men with HIV to take an employer to court for disability discrimination because of his HIV status! The Terance Higgins’ Trust came to the rescue with advice and helped locate a barrister willing to take the case ‘pro bono’ (without fees).Sadly Scotty has passed away. But to remember what a fabulous honour it was to have had him as a part of my life I’m doing my very best to now pay back with thanks the support that was given. I can only hope this will in some way help someone else in his memory.