What She Said Podcast Episode 11: Food Photography, Press Trips & Creating For Good With Giulia Mule

My first slight podcasting-related drama! I mean, not really. But it was all a little fraught this week as I had a brilliant chat with my lovely friend Giulia then realised I needed to publish the episode today, instead of two months time because I really wanted to promote something that is happening in a couple of weeks!! That meant recording a pre-roll, writing show notes and turning around the edit before uploading it all to my podcast host in less than a week. This actually isn’t a big deal at all, except baby.

So I did my first ever bit of outsourcing and got a professional podcast producer to edit it. He, amazingly, turned it around in a couple of days which is why it is only slightly delayed in getting to your ears.

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podcast guest Giulia smiling drinking coffee at cafe

Giulia was deep in organising the next Creating For Good event, a panel discussion about staying authentic held on the 19th September (with Sara Tasker amongst others!) If you want to come along (and meet me!!) head to the Creating for Good website and secure your ticket by donating £20 to Just Bread London (make sure you follow the instructions here).

It’s all for such a good cause and, to be honest, even it wasn’t I’d want to go along as the evening looks SO much fun!

We chatted all about Instagram and how she manages content planning and editing, food styling and photography (there are some FAB tips for you here) and all about why and how Creating for Good started.

References:

Creating For Good

Just Bread London

Planoly (Instagram planning app)

Where you can find Giulia: 

Her blog: http://mondomulia.com

Instagram: @Mondomulia

Twitter: @Mulia

Facebook: @Mondomulia/

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Let me know if you’re coming to the CFG event on Twitter or Instagram. Would love to see you all! 

L x

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