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Open Studios Talks | Creative Entrepreneurship

Open Studios Talks | Creative Entrepreneurship

Peckham Levels · 06 Jun

We are delighted to welcome Naomi Grant from LAMBB Official to Peckham Levels' Open Studios this weekend.

Naomi Grant is a writer, filmmaker, producer and content creator. She has been nominated for a Positive Youth Award for upcoming filmmaker, and Positive Role Model award at the National Diversity Awards. Her debut documentary was released in February 2017: 50 Shades of Melanin and has been aired on Community Channel TV, with an audience of over a million people. With her recent film release, Future First, she has toured around the UK premiering her film at different festivals and speaking as a panellist at many events. She has spoken at the Making London Conference, alongside creatives from Adidas, Dazed and Google. Naomi has worked with companies creating content and marketing strategies to build their brand. She has also built her own brand, LAMBB where she creates and curates inspiring content.

Her work has been featured on Essence, The Metro, Yahoo, Dazed, Afropunk, gal-dem, Un-ruly, The Voice, The British Blacklist and Worldstar. Her favourite quote is “There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.”

Topics covered and Panellists:

Creativity and innovation

The power of the internet and digital

Invest in yourself

Building your empire

Haydn Corrodus

Digital and Social Media Marketing – Founding Member of We Are Stripes and Manager to Realz and Celebrity Make Up Artist Vee Chanda and formerly Rylands Heath.

Rebecca Tembo

Rebecca is the Founder & CEO of self titled digital boutique, Rebecca Tembo - a Womenswear brand specialising in made-to-measure and bespoke evening-wear.

Efosa Omorogbe

 

Born in Nigeria and raised in London's Hoxton, Efosa Omorogbe is the first UX Executive for National Rail & Co-founder of TiTo —The Student Freelancer App.

And the host for the evening....

Naomi Mbelu

Freelance Host and Project Manager and founder of a platform called Pretty Girl Problems. 

“Pretty Girl Problems is a platform which embraces m, values and promotes the essence of the inner and outer woman. It seeks to enlighten and empower woman by sharing and connecting them to stories because there is no reason why we can’t all be pretty.”

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