‘The visionary in me’, as captured yesterday during my meeting with Marksteen Adamson, Partner & Co-founder Agency ASHA & The Big Cold Turkey Foundation, at The Hospital Club. After an in-depth conversation about diversity, allyship and exploring self-identity, we proceeded onto doing a test shoot for his #InternationalWomensDayIsEveryday portrait photography series. Great to have been invited to a space where creative ideas can flourish…
So what’s my vision you ask?
Well, I have my eyes firmly set on my goals to use Diversity Matters and Let’s do Lunch Network help support companies address address intersections of and gender diversity (or the lack of) in their workplace, organise events using food as an catalyst for open and honest discussion, and whilst simultaneously running two platforms – remember not to neglect my mental wellbeing… Got my eyes on the prize #DiversityMatters
“The difference between a dreamer and a visionary is that the dreamer has their eyes closed, and the visionary has their eyes open…” – Martin Luther King
Another ‘meaningful connection’ made… There’s no doubt we’ll be doing lunch soon – thanks for the human connection Marksteen!
Photos ©Marksteen Adamson. Follow Marksteen on Twitter for more portraits.
The Hospital Club is a private members club in London for people in the creative industries.📍 24 Endell St, London WC2H 9HQ
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So, when are we doing lunch?… or coffee?
About Kai: I’m a Soho-based writer (lifestyle, cultural diversity and travel blogger) and event organiser on a mission to create meaningful connections… Food is usually the main catalyst! Currently taking commissions and sponsored posts CLICK HERE to CONTACT ME
(p.s. I’m “delightfully dyslexic“ – please read past any typos unless they’re really embarrassing then in that case flag it up to me!)
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