About Lou Hamilton

Lou Hamilton is an Artist, Writer, Filmmaker & Creative Coach, living her mission to creatively inspire fearlessness. No stranger to fear herself having survived the Lockerbie terrorist plane bombing in 1988, she decided to train as a coach in order to help others be fearless. She writes about it, paints & draws about it and makes drama & documentary films about it. Fear is never far away but creative thinking is the antidote

As an author & illustrator of Brave New Girl- How to be Fearless she has written for Psychologies Magazine, The Guardian on Saturday Family Section, The Standard Issue Magazine, Prime Magazine, Simple Things & been featured on BBC Radio London Jo Good Show Live, Joy Cardin Wisconsin Public Radio & in the Natural Health magazine.

  • Author & Creator of the illustrated Book Brave New Girl– How to be Fearless
  • Her Self-Help book FEAR LESS is to be published 2018 by Orion Spring
  • Creative Well-being Columnist for D.A.D magazine
  • Runs “How to be Fearless” talks & workshops including at Stanford University, The School of Life & with Emma James Physiotherapy at Champneys College London
  • Award-winning filmmaker & International artist with Saatchi Art
  • BA Distinction Byam Shaw & MA Distinction Chelsea College of Art

PRESS & MEDIA please contact Publicity Manager for Orion Books Virginia Woolstencroft. Email: virginia.woolstencroft@orionbooks.co.uk Sign up for Lou’s Motivational Monthly Picture Post blog & daily Brave New Girl inspirations  on twitter @createlab and Instagram brave_newgirl Free 30 minute telephone consultation to discover a new fearless & fabulous future

Go to CREATELAB for information about Lou’s Creative Practice

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