In the very first episode, our host Rachael Williams, chats to Source Mama and Source Kids founder Emma price about her journey as a special needs mum and the inspiration behind the Source Mama podcast.For those of you who don’t already know, Emma is the founder of Source Kids – the company that started out in life as a magazine for parents of children with disabilities and has now grown into a multi-channel media organisation and organiser of the brilliant Source Kids Disability Expos. She’s also the founder of Source Mama – and the very reason this podcast was created.Emma chats about why special needs mums feel so isolated, her biggest discovery on the special needs journey, how the special needs community helped in her darkest hour and so much more!And a big shout out to our podcast partner Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness + prebiotic milk for jumping on board.And check us out over on Facebook, Insta and online:Instagram @sourcemamaFacebook @sourcemamaOnline www.sourcemama.com.au
This is a part 2 of a two part episode featuring Emma Price and her story about losing her daughter to cancer. So, PAUSE and go back to part 1 if you havent listened to part 1 yet! We are so grateful to Emma for being so willing to share her story and the lessons she has learned from this trial. We hope that you’ll be able to learn some valuable lessons from Emma as well.
59. Child Loss, Yep We Cried. Pt. 1 ft. Emma Price
Outpost of Heaven: the podcast
Wow. Emma Price shared her heartbreaking story with us about losing her precious child. This is a nightmare situation for any parent and Emma talked to us about how she walked through this terribly low valley with Christ. Get your Kleenex out and be ready to be inspired in part 1 of our conversation with Emma. LINKwww.instagram.com/outpostofheaven
IDEAS & BEERS #1 Emma Price is an adventurer, snowboarder & owner of Emmpire92 - a ladies' winter sports clothing brand. Emma is focusing on growing her business to take over the female snow sports industry, by providing functional snow wear for ladies. On this podcast; we discuss Developing a Healthy Mindset, Adventure & Starting a Business.
In this episode, Dec talks to Emma Price, a graphic designer and illustrator. She was the graphic designer on SAVAGE TOWN as well as other great comics like ANGELIC, CRY HAVOK and currently is working on COFFIN BOUND with Dan Waters and Dani. Emma and I were both at the Lakes Festival recently, so took some time away from the show to have this chat.Emma's websitehttps://tinymaster.co.uk/Emma's Twitterhttps://twitter.com/tinymaster
ICE Margate, 15th April 2018 - 07 Emma Price (Tiny Master)
Englishman In San Diego
This weekend, Shane Chebsey and his team have brought their not inconsiderable expertise of running the International Comic Expo shows for an inaugural event in the south-east coastal town of Margate in the UK.AEISD Leonard Sultana has been in attendance and has recorded the panels being held over the weekend - here, graphic designer and multimedia conceptualist Emma Price gives a fascinating presentation on one element of comics which is often either ignored or forgotten: a books graphic design, the thing that ties a book into a cohesive whole. From logo, to cover layout, to interior design, it's what makes an incomplete book a total package.Emma talks about the strength of solid design techniques, how they have been applied to some of your favourite comic books - and how, sometimes, those techniques can be broken, to create something new!Thanks to Shane and his team for the putting on of the event, and to Emma for allowing me to present this presentation.