Designer – Victoria Whelan, aka Joyaa,
is an exuberant co-creator, designer and facilitator who is helping us focus the dream of the project into the world. Joyaa offers a dynamic empathy to the project via her company Seed – planting big ideas.
Joyaa has brought a wealth of creativity and inspiration to Nandita’s Dream. She designed the book cover and the album cover and is the focaliser for the website. The beautiful dream journey you see in the header throughout the site was one of her many inspirations. Her joyous expansion of Nandita’s Dream and wonderful design ideas are deeply appreciated.
A musician and artist herself, she is able to bring great understanding to the multilayered nature of this project and has a gift for bringing the best people to it. We are so glad she said yes. www.seedidea.net
Photo by Alice Carfrae Copyright 2012
Photographer – Alice Carfrae
Take a moment to watch Alice’s interview as she talks about picking up a camera and reflecting what you see in the world. She really inspires us to look at things in unique ways. The artistry and enthusiasm Alice brings to photos, whether of people.
Dorrie’s paintings, or nature and the world at large, is proving to be a huge asset to the Nandita’s Dream project. You can reach her at www.alicecarfrae.com
Photo by Victoria Whelan Copyright 2012
Web Design – Mark Peberdy runs Leapfrog Digital Media and has been working with Joyaa to produce the Nandita’s Dream website. Mark’s warmth and enthusiasm blend effortlessly with his expertise in both technology and fine art.
His support and his interest in what we’ve been doing have made this part of the project a genuine joy. And his ideas have contributed immeasurably. He may be the web designer from heaven. Thank you, Mark. www.leapfrogdigital.co.uk
We want to voice a big thank you to Ruby and her mum Angela. Ruby is representing Nandita beautifully in the photos you see. Being half Indian and half Scots herself she is uniquely placed to take that role. Ruby brings open hearted joy and light filled presence to her part in the project and danced around the room when she heard we would like to use her picture. Thank you from our hearts, Angela and Ruby.
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