Bohemian Starlet

Monday, 16 January 2017

The House of Red Doors.
Bad Bruises

Since moving to Berlin March 2015, I have been working on a very exciting project. We launch our first party Jan 2016,  This little baby will now be a year old Jan 2017.
I started putting together an idea that I have wanted to do for a very very long time, a large scale event using artists, performers, music, installations, immersive theatre and also combining all of this with sex. 
This is exactly what I have done now and I am feeling very proud. :-)

I set up the business  Bad Bruises with my good friend Alex J Eccleston, he was the founder of Keiz Oper, a very respected and loved event, bringing opera into contemporary settings in Berlin. 
We met, drank wine and Bad Bruises was born. I already had the name 'The House of Red Doors' as an idea, and the more we developed the idea and concept we realised that it worked beautifully. We have joined forces with Berlins infamous Wilde Renate, and now we have created one of Berlins sexiest and wildest parties.
Wilde Renate is the perfect setting for our party as it has a warren of halls, rooms and dance floors to explore. 
Each event we decorate the rooms in keeping with our themes, e.g SIN, Circus, Midsummer dreams and many more..

The performers and people involved in this party are beyond amazing. Thank you for everything. 

Keep updated with what we do at or our

Thursday, 10 September 2015

My new Home - BERLIN

I now call Berlin my new home.

Shanghai Adventures

So! Of I flew to Shanghai, WOW what an incredible and mental country and City, complete culture shock and quite honestly like nowhere I could even describe. I had been to Beijing many years ago for a gig with Louis Vuitton, but nothing prepared me for this.

The way of working, the lifestyle was so different to Dubai, in Dubai we couldn't drink or party after 3am, Shanghai had 30p bottles of beers, noodles bars open 24 hours and a night life that was unreal!

12 months of my life I spent in China. I had a moped, I rented my own apartment, I was a Lawai living in a traditional lane house, red hair and white skin, I ate and drank with locals in dumpling restaurants, I learnt to get hit by cars and it just be 'the way it was if you ride a bike'. Imagine 200/300 people on bikes, sometimes with anywhere between 3 to 6 people on each bike, tables, wardrobes, sinks, washing machines. My daily life was like an episode of whacky races. 
I loved it. 

All the precious people I met in Shanghai I still hold very close to me. 
Fucking love you all.