Ravelle-Sadé Fairman is a mother, mental health advocate and freelance creative. She has a background in writing, performance poetry and workshop facilitation. Each serve to venture into and normalise a range of emotions and mental states, as well working towards empowering and uplifting individuals.

Ravelle-Sadé is enthusiastic about emphasising the richness and importance of each voice in a society which has become accustomed to shouting in order to be heard. She is also passionate about breaking down boundaries that make The Arts inaccessible to those who feel compelled to express themselves but believe that they do not belong in the sector, or are unsure how to navigate it.

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