Our Ambassadors

Portrait photo of Charlotte Garnett

Charlotte Garnett

The Anti-Anxiety Jeweller

Known as the Anti-Anxiety Jeweller, Charlotte is a British designer and maker, creating therapeutic contemporary (and very popular) jewellery pieces and object d’art.
Her functional works are rooted in her first hand experience of anxiety and disordered coping mechanisms.
She studied jewellery design at Central St Martins, and completed a 2-year residency at Sarabande:The Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation where she developed her unique contemporary designs while exploring the kinetic uses of wearable and handheld jewellery.
For more information and to see Charlotte’s stunning collections go to charlottegarnett.co.uk
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Eileen Hogan MA(RCA)

Artist, Professor of Fine Art at the University of the Arts London, Trustee of the Royal Drawing School

“The Salvesen Mindroom Centre is fresh-thinking, imaginative and inclusive. It draws together science and the arts to bring an energetic and effective approach to the serious problem of learning difficulties.”

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Dr Loretta Giorcelli OAM

Professor of Special Education, Director of Giorcelli Educational Consultancy Services, Sydney, Australia. Visiting Professor to San Francisco State University.

“The Salvesen Mindroom Centre charity is a remarkable force for change and growth, especially for individuals with vulnerabilities and their families. The work and dedication of Sophie Dow and her team has already brought enormous change to the way people think, the way services are delivered and the way inclusive practices can be extended to each and every member of society. The Salvesen Mindroom Centre exemplifies the best that international networks, strong local advocacy and individual vision can achieve.”

A close up of Rory Bremner

Rory Bremner

Impressionist and Comedian

Widely regarded as Britains top satirical impressionist with a TV career of over 30 years, Rory has won numerous awards including 3 BAFTAs for his long-running Channel 4 series Bremner Bird & Fortune, featuring Rory and the two Johns. In his spare time, he translates operas and plays from French and German. Rory is a Patron of wildlife charity Tusk and the ADHD Foundation – he was diagnosed with the condition in 2016, and in 2017 completed a BBC Horizon Documentary about it (ADHD and Me).