What you should be working on is becoming more sustainable every day. Making a more conscious decision every time you get in a car, buy bottled water, buy a £2 T-shirt, etc. Of course, I absolutely love vintage, and it’s mostly how I purchase my clothing, but I am privileged enough to borrow amazing outfits from brands [because] I work so much on art direction and content creation…. My ‘daily’ style very much evolves around amazing basics that you can re-wear for decades.
What inspires you most when it comes to your activism?
I think seeing first-hand the awful actions humans have done to the planet, but also how stunning it can be. I’m very much a person that gets motivated when I see things. When I’m out and about and see pollution in places where it shouldn’t be, when I go to the mountains and breathe in the fresh air and realise how it can be.
What books, podcasts or films would you recommend to start learning about living a more planet-friendly life? Why did they strike a chord?
I recommend everyone to watch The War on Plastic by the BBC. And The True Cost [documentary], of course, comes to my mind. Also, Netflix’s Rotten documentary series – it approaches the massive environmental and ethical problems behind our food supply chain.
I love following [Instagram] accounts like @easy_green_tips and @thezerowasteguide for easy, day-to-day sustainable swaps. Also, @futuretechlab, @fastcompany and @testingthings are very future-technology-driven, so I see a lot of new start-up tech and product ideas there that give me hope and help me keep up with sustainability trends.