We mocked this up super-fast for a charity DRTV pitch*, to illustrate a concept that would be arresting on TV, congruent on social, and so cheap to produce you could make a whole series.

Also, I am now available for film, TV, theatre opportunities.

* We didn’t win. BUT WE SHOULD HAVE!!

TRANSCRIPT

As long as I live, I will never forget the moment when we was told Milly had cancer. I honestly felt like my legs were kicked out from under me and I could hear my husband Ian, next to me, starting to cry. He never cries. The treatment has been really, really hard, and as much as we’ve stayed positive for Milly, and stayed positive for each other… you just don’t know. You just don’t know. And that’s why I’m asking you today if you will support –