- Miss Adventure coming to Comedy Central
- As Bad As It Gets News
- Hobo Celebrates Hachette Book Deal
- Fake News Alert!
- Taking the World by Brainstorm
- The Special Needs Relationship
- Sadie gives talk @ HKU
- Sadie in the South China Morning Post (SCMP)
- As Bad As It Gets commissioned by RTHK
- Sadie @ HKILF Lit Fest
- Ship of Fools: Full Speed Ahead!
- WoT screening at CAIRNS Lakota Film Festival 2016
- Sadie's 'Bipolar Express' receives RTHK Award
- Review: 'The Wishing Machine'
- Miss Adventure 2nd Highest Rated Video of All Time on Funny or Die
- Auntie Sadie Column published by Buzz
- Sadie's Bipolar Express Broadcasting March 5th 2016 on RTHK
- Association For International Broadcasting Announce AIB Award Winners
- USA Today make West of Thunder one of most recommended features!
- Auntie Sadie 'Solves' Your Problems in Spoof Column for Sai Kung Buzz
Sadie is thrilled her former mentee Christopher Tahaney (once part of the violent Valley Gang in Glasgow and a persistent young offender) has completed his first year at Edinburgh University reading Spanish! Chris decided he wanted to study Spanish after visiting Venezuela and being inspired by the work of Venezuela’s acclaimed gang rehabilitation program Proyecto Alcatraz. He intends to return to Caracas to work with the program full time upon graduating.
Sadie is equally proud of Chris’s Sailing Miss Sadie shipmates Sam Todd & Geoffrey Nga’nga. Sam works full time as a professional sailing instructor in Southampton & Geoffrey is training to be an actor with the National Youth Theatre. Geoffrey has also been developing TV projects with Patient Zero Productions and ITV Fixers. He works part-time in a vintage clothing store & studies creative writing full-time as a student at Brunel University, London (UCL). Despite his busy schedule, Geoffrey still manages to have more entrepreneurial fingers in pies than Jamie Oliver at Christmas time! Geoffrey was recently made an Ambassador of homeless charity Cardboard Citizens.
Daniel Doran is to present a documentary for ITV Fixers drawing attention to the challenges faced by 16-year old Care-leavers. Dan, who grew up in Care himself, was Sadie’s very first mentee during her years mentoring at Feltham YOI & Sadie could not be more proud of him. In his first year since leaving prison he has worked hard. He was promoted to management in his full-time job, realized his TV dreams & moved into his first proper home in Brighton with girlfriend Sophie & their baby, Lily. Dan has just been appointed by The Prince’s Trust as a mentor at Lewes Prison. He begins training in January.
Luke Tucker has recently returned from working as a trainee horse whisperer with Susannah Armstrong in Spain. He now owns his own horse and is planning to do a charity horse ride from John O’Groats to Land’s End in Cornwall. In May 2012, Luke will ride over 2800KM across France to London for the second time to raise money for disabled charities through SLL. Luke is a Young Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
After a successful modeling career in Redcar, Vicky Lee is planning to move to London to pursue a career in television. Watch out Loose Women…