A few weeks ago now I took part in a fantastically fun project down in London for a few days. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen me and my many outfit changes during this time.
I was asked to present 8 short home decor films for the Love Your Home YouTube channel, called Real Home Lookbook. The films all have a different topic, and contain 5 short Top Tips to help you achieve a look. I’m thrilled to say it all went really well and the resulting films have just started appearing on YouTube.
I worked with VideoJug, a London based production company who produce lots of film for various clients and brands, as well as producing short films for their various YouTube channels. They looked after me very well, making me feel at ease and introducing me to the world of the green room. It was an easy job for me, all I had to do was learn the lines provided and sort out my clothes.
It was fascinating to get a look behind the scenes too, firstly at the set of course:
And the green room, with space for my dresses:
So, what do you think? Do I make a good presenter?
Real Home Lookbook Series 3: Week 1
Top 5 Tips for a Vintage Style Living Room
Real Home Lookbook Series 3: Week 2
Top 5 Tips for a French Inspired House
I’ve been doing a few more filming projects recently and really loving them. It’s quite a revelation actually, as it’s a little daunting at first, but the buzz is great, and the end results really inspiring. Choosing 8 different outfits for the filming was all good too. Who doesn’t love a little bit of shopping!
These are the first two, but if you like what you see, why not subscribe to the channel and follow the next 6 as they come out, one a week through to September.
I’ll also be back on the blog later in the Summer showing you some more of the films in case you miss them.
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