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British Heart Foundation Wear It Beat It Campaign


It was really great to be the hair and make-up artist for the new British Heart Foundation campaign - Wear It. Beat It 2017 - https://wearitbeatit.bhf.org.uk

This was a two day photoshoot working with a wonderful team from Killer Creative marketing agency.




On the first day I worked with heart survivor's, consultants and surgeons which was great as I got to listen to a lot of amazing stories that people were happy to share.  In fact, this is one of the favourite parts of my work - getting to hear about other people's lives and the fact that people want share with me.



On the second day, a lot of male, female and children models arrived to have their hair and make-up done so that the British Heart Foundation had a variety of photos to share for their next big advertising campaign.









I really enjoyed being a member of the team that created photos for this campaign for the British Heart Foundation and look forward to working on the next one.

All the best
Amy x


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