Birthmark Awareness: working with ‘More Than A Face’

70DC3B09-AEA2-40C0-A675-EF14CF85D79B.jpegIt’s live, it’s live, my interview is now LIVE!

Forgive me – I don’t normally post on Mondays or start my posts in such an over excited way, but I have been really excited to share this with you all and the day has finally arrived!

About a month ago, I was interviewed by the brilliant charity More Than A Face about my birthmark. Past interviewees include people who have appeared on TV shows to talk about their physical differences, disability campaigners and body confidence advocates so I felt honoured to be asked to participate in an interview.

My birthmark has always been a part of who I am and is a part that until recently I have really struggled with. Whilst my relationship with it is still developing, participating in discussions about the effects of living with a birthmark, talking to others like myself and being part of a group of people who want to make sure things like facial disfigurements are met with acceptance has really helped me to accept and love who I am,

More Than A Face is a fantastic charity and does amazing work to ensure that people who might have something about their appearance that makes them ‘different’ like I do never feel alone, judged or like they are an outsider.

If you would like to read my interview and view the More Than A Face website, then please click here.

If you would like to read my original post about my birthmark, then please click here.


  1. Congrats on your interview, & what a lovely interview it is! Your old students sound the absolute cutest. You’re talented, kind & beautiful with or without your strawberry mark. x

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