Being involved in a campaign like this with Max, Harry & Lauren has been a unique opportunity to meet some very interesting people in the media.
Photographers and film crews,journalists and creative advertising directors, make up artists, runners, news crews, producers, production coordinators, researchers and lots more.
Its really fun to see how much time and effort goes into such a production and what else all these guys are involved with.
Lucas delivers his first speech.
In August 2010 the poster campaign rolls out nationwide, there are posters in stations all over the country.
Lucas makes ‘Look at my face’ video for ChangingFaces web site. October 2010.
Lucas does his first live radio broadcast:
Followed the next day with his first live national TV broadcast.
Being filmed at school by BBC East Midlands.
Tips if you are being bullied... Another video for Changing Faces web site.
Tim Laughton MP, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Children and Families recognises Lucas from his appearance on breakfast TV earlier the same day.
The Anti Bullying Alliance Youth Summit, Central Hall, Westminster. 16th November 2010. Lucas, Eloise & Clare represent Changing Faces.
18th November 2010 Lucas is holding The Children & Young People Now Award 2010 presented to Changing Faces as the winner of Health & Well Being category
Maggie Atkinson, The Children’s Commissioner and Anti Bullying Alliance panel member ,recognises Lucas from the previous day and congratulates him on his work.
The three speakers, left to right;
James Partridge OBE, Dsc (Hon) FRCSEs (Hon),
Tony Hobson the chairman of the Board of Trustees.
A portrait of Lucas -