“I am delighted to be an Ambassador for Baby Lifeline’s Monitoring for Mums Appeal and join this prestigious charity in supporting the care of pregnant women and their babies.
I have seen first hand the devastating effect loss of a new life can bring families and we should strive to make sure fewer people have to experience this unthinkable circumstance. Baby Lifeline supports the care of pregnant women and newborn babies all over the UK and is growing to reach even more of those in need.
The Monitoring for Mums Appeal aims to raise £5 million to fund desperately needed fetal monitoring equipment to assist with reducing the number of stillbirths and help to save babies lives. Please do all you can to support this worthy cause.”
Daisy is a Writer/Director. She has written for the two popular sitcoms – My Family and Shelfstackers. As well as developing pilots with World Productions, Carnival, ITV, E4 and the BBC.
In 2014 she wrote and directed her first short film, 96 Ways To Say I Love You. This went on to be accepted to the Berlin Film Festival, London Film Festival and the Cambridge Film Festival. In 2016 she wrote and directed the short film ‘The Exit’, which went on to have over 30k views on Vimeo.
In 2016/17, she directed and wrote her debut feature film, ‘You, Me and Him’, starring Lucy Punch, Faye Marsay and David Tennant. ‘You, Me and Him’ had it’s US premiere on Showtime on Christmas Eve 2017. It had it’s European premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival in February 2018 and will be released in UK cinemas (100 screens) on April 12th 2018.
Daisy has written for a number of publications and websites including The Times, Stylebible, Save The Cat, and the Huffington Post.