Sinead Millard and Lucy Allen, Co-founders of theMakings where they are building leaders for a better society
The House of Growth
This week I spoke to Sinead and Lucy, co-founders of theMakings. Their mission is to build leaders for a better society. Through an innovative platform, a unique coaching method and an exceptional team of coaches, they are democratising access to the powerful impacts of 1:1 coaching. Check out this episode to learn about theMakings and Sinéad and Lucy’s journey’s to building a purpose driven and mission led business. For business enquiries you can find Sinead and Lucy in the following locations: Website Email Instagram--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graham-smith3/message
LUCY ALLEN, TOM PAYNE & CATHERINE GARLICK "Q&A" 03/12/2021
RUN AT IT SHOUTING
Lucy is Daniel Edwards Associate. She has worked for a number of well-known Casting Directors including Kate Rhodes James CDG, Laura Scott CDG, Rachel Freck CDG, Lucinda Syson CDG and Daniel Edwards CDG. Lucy has been working for Vicki Thomson CDG since January 2018. Casting Assistant credits with Daniel Edwards – THE INNOCENTS (New Pictures). Catherine is a Casting Assistant who worked for Jina Jay Casting from February 2018, and is now currently working for Daniel Edwards Casting since January 2020. She worked on a variety of Film & TV Projects with Jina Jay that include Emmy award-winning ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’, ‘Black Mirror’ Season 5 (Netflix) and ‘Temple’ (Sky). Also ‘Enola Holmes’ (Netflix/Legendary Pictures) and upcoming films ‘Dune’ (Legendary Pictures) and ‘Operation Mincemeat’ (SeeSaw) to name a few. Tom worked as an actor, agents assistant and producer before starting his casting career with Daniel Edwards Casting in January 2020.
This week, MT take a deep dive into Gut Health with the help and expertise of Functional Gut Physiotherapist, Lucy Allen. Pretty much a buzz word of the present moment, we start by asking the obvious, what on earth is Gut Health? Lucy takes us through what a healthy gut looks like, or rather, should feel like. Signs and symptoms to look our for, tips and tricks for creating a healthier and happier microbiome pre and postnatally, and even touches upon the Gut Health of our little ones.Website: https://www.lucyallenphysiotherapy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theguthealthphysio/?hl=en Kefir products e.g. Yoghurt: https://kibsons.com/product/detail/yogksgbgkpktao-dairy_kefir_yogurt.html Movicol constipation treatment: http://www.movicol.com.au/ Ella's Kitchen pouches: https://www.mumzworld.com/en/ella-s-kitchen-the-green-one-organic-5x90g To find out more about Lucy, visit her:Products:See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week I explore the topic of noticing with the wonderful Lucy Allen friend and business partner. We talk about what it means to notice and the many forms that noticing takes; noticing our thoughts, writing our thoughts down, noticing and leaning into our feelings, the pleasant and the unpleasant. We link it back to self-understanding. Acknowledge the difference between conscious and unconscious living. I'd love to hear your views on this. Sending love, Sinéad
Reflecting on Heroism and Tragedy: Lucy Allen on Fertility Struggles and Painting
Lucy Allen’s reverence for history is displayed by her use of materials and techniques such as earth pigments and egg tempera, but with a levity of hand that is decidedly contemporary. Through the inspiration of the old masters, Allen channels a deep appreciation for narratives that signify bold acts of heroism, beauty and tragedy. Over the past years, Allen and her husband have struggled with medical complications that have resulted in recurrent miscarriages and fertility treatments. At various points in this time, she continued her painting practice through private reproductions of her experience. Though these works are extremely personal, the artist feels that there is benefit in sharing her paintings of this difficult subject to address her grief, reflect on the female bodily experience, and to express solidarity with others that share the couple’s reality. Lucy Kirkman Allen studied painting at the Cooper Union in New York, NY and was a Harriet Hale Woolley Scholar at the Fondation des Etats-Unis, Paris, France. She worked in Dallas, TX, where she and Justin Hunter Allen co-directed the experimental gallery Studio DTFU and were founding members of SCAB, a network of artist-run exhibition spaces. Her work has been covered in national and international press. She and her husband now live in the Tidewater region of Virginia at their farm Long Days. Recent collaborative curatorial and publishing projects include Serendipity: Williams House, #FFFHEX Gallery, and The Airplant Project. You can View Lucy Allen's show through on our website : basketshopgallery.comAnd visit Resolve.org for further information and support for female infertility issues.
Lucy has been performing stunts for almost 30 years and in those years she’s appeared in many Productions including, Titanic, the Bond films, Casualty, Peak Practice, Killing Eve and Harry Potter films. She has also gained a reputation for doubling Dames! In her interview Lucy tells us what it takes to be a stunt performer and how to calm yourself and ignore your natural feelings before performing a stunt and also shares some of her other on set stories, including the changes she’s noticed within the industry over the years. We hope you enjoy.
Social distancing getting the better of you? Feeling overwhelmed? Anxious? Unsettled? You're not alone. I was feeling the same way, so called up an old friend Lucy Allen of the Graceful Collective from season 1 & got some practical tips for how to stay sane in these difficult times. You can find Lucy on instagram @the_graceful_collective. Want more of Lucy? Of course you do! You can listen to her original episode in Season 1 here: "Live like you mean it" https://rss.whooshkaa.com/rss/podcast/id/7430
S1 E7: Voice Unlocked with Lucy Allen - London Vocal Coach
The Artist's House International Podcast
Lucinda Allen is a London based proficient and successful Voice & Singing Coach who works in both the Creative and Corporate sectors. In this episode, she shares her story and advice on having your Voice Unlocked. She is a strong believer that every person has the right to free and dynamic voice, and is keen to facilitate this through her in-depth knowledge and talent in teaching. - Lucinda's expertise spans across both the Spoken and Singing voice, of which she holds a Distinction at Masters level in 'The Practice of Voice and Singing' from one of the UK's most reputable Conservatoires, Guildford School of Acting. Her expertise is delivered consistently through a passion for Teaching & Learning and robust pedagogy as a fully qualified teacher. Lucinda's clientele range from leading West End Performers from shows such as (Lion King, Aladdin & Wicked, etc), Grammy Award-winning artists such as Lalah Hathaway, Actors (such as Warhorse, Curious Puppetry), Presenters (such as BBC) and Education Programmes (such as ICMP, Bird College, Westminster University, LCCM, South Bank University). As well as this Lucinda works with corporate organizations such as the NHS & Cancer Research UK. - -We invite you to subscribe to our Podcast and share it with others! -To support this Podcast visit us on Patreon -To find out more about us visit: www.artistshouseinternational.com -Instagram: @artistshouseinternational -Twitter: @artistshouseint -Facebook: @artistshouseinternational
MSM 629 Lucy Allen - Two Mississippi Museums, Part 2
Mississippi Moments Podcast
Funding for two Mississippi museums was approved by the state legislature in 2011. In this episode, Lucy Allen recalls the planning process for the Civil Rights Museum and the message contained in its design. When Mississippi announced plans to build a civil rights museum, some doubted it would tell the whole story. Allen explains how the state’s willingness to ‘go there,’ resulted in a powerful learning experience. With a mandate that the two museums be opened by the State’s Centennial celebration in 2017, Allen’s team was hard pressed to deliver on time. She recounts the process of selecting the design firms and the endless meetings they sat through. As the opening day approached for the Two Mississippi Museums, there were countless small details to be addressed. Allen remembers the pre-opening tours and feeling proud of a job well done.