My story was turned into a podcast by Podium.me. They provide an online platform for young people to share their experiences.
A snippet of my interview featured in a piece produced by Podium.me that was broadcast on BBC Radio 1.
The film about my campaign, which was broadcast on ITV News, was among nine Fixers films which won a Mind Media Award at the BFI in London.
Click here to read more about my achievement!
I held an event in Bristol to launch my Self Harm Organisation website, which you can visit by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page. Around 20 people attended and there were talks from experts including Professor David Gunnell from the University of Bristol and my mum, who’s Director of Anorexia and Bulimia Care. There was also an open discussion surrounding self-harm.
Here is some feedback from people who attended the event:
Laura Brin from counselling service Off The Record, Bristol: ‘Today has been really valuable for me professionally. I will definitely spread the word among my organisation about Imogen’s website.'
Miggs Clark from Premier Christian Radio, London: ‘I am very encouraged by Imogen’s valuable work. I will make sure that those working on our helplines are aware of the website.'
Fixer Imogen addressing the audience at her SHO website launch event.
Celebrity illusionist Derren Brown gave me his backing on Facebook and Twitter. He shared the link to my website.
I have created Facebook and Twitter accounts to accompany the Self Harm Organisation website.
Fellow Fixer Natalie Brown and I were featured in an extended piece about young women who self-harm in the Mirror, published shortly after Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, was rumored to have self-harmed. Click image below to expand article or read the article here.
Following my ITV broadcast piece, I was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol about my Fixers project.
My story was featured on my local Jack FM website and on ITV News West Country. Watch the ITV broadcast by clicking this link.