A couple of weeks ago, a young journalist called Brad Williams got in touch with me to ask for an interview for WICID.
Rhys Milsom – the editor of WICID – is a university friend of mine, and has told me all about the great social and creative benefits that WICID provides for our local community and young people. Being a supporter of creative incentives, I was more than happy to take part in Brad’s first exclusive interview for WICID.
I have to say that I loved the content of the questions that Brad asked during the interview! I really enjoy having an interesting conversation – particularly when it involves local issues and community caring. I get a little carried away with my rants, but my heart is in the right place!
It was so refreshing to have an interview that I could get my teeth stuck into and be able to have a chat about everyday things, not just about the book. I loved that Brad asked questions about our local community, the council, the effects of budget cuts, creative advice and my home life. It was a pleasure to work with this young journalist, and I wish him all the best for his future career in the media!
Please take some time to have a read of the full interview: