I got my late grandmother of eight years into five national British newspapers, two local and amassed some 5,000 [re]tweets for looking like a piece of bread (Google Sheila Naan).
Currentlymore...I got my late grandmother of eight years into five national British newspapers, two local and amassed some 5,000 [re]tweets for looking like a piece of bread (Google Sheila Naan).
Currently the editor for a media production company that specialises in corporate, website, social media and extreme sport videos. I primarily use Adobe products, but can use a wide range of sofrtware. Due to the small nature of the company, my role isn't fixed - I often assist with SEO, analytics, marketing and so on.
I founded an online retail site which specialised in bridal shoes at the age of 17 and ran it for five years. I closed for business for two reasons: to move onto bigger projects and because my house no longer had space for shoes. My site welcomed over nine million unique page views due to its high ranking on Google and built a decent reputation in the bridal industry. I was responsible for overseeing the company's growth by incorporating strategies such as branding, establishing celebrity clientele, negotiating with television production companies, establishing a manufacturing line where I was able to design my own shoes.
I like to write, particularly, but not exclusively, about the constitutional monarchy of the United Kingdom.