Contact/press


Is there something you’d like me to review or help promote?

Would you like to try your hand at a guest blog?

Then contact sophiesjapanblogATlive.co.uk!

 

Press pack to follow soon…

 

5 thoughts on “Contact/press

  1. Hi!

    I’m Ryan Fidelis from MullenLowe Malaysia, an advertising agency.

    On behalf of my client Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad, they have a website under their roof which is http://flyklia.com/ (FlyKLIA.com). It is a social network for travelers.

    Just to inform, one of the features on the website is that it has curated content on destinations around Malaysia and also overseas. Nevertheless, we are very interested in featuring your article on Magic at The Ghibli Museum

    We will feature your name on the website article once permission is granted from your end.

    Hope to hear from you soon and please do not hesitate to contact me if there are any queries.

    Thank you,

    Ryan Yushairie Fidelis
    Brand Executive
    Suite 12.01, level 12, South Wing, Menara OBYU, 4, Jalan PJU 8/8A, Bandar Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya, 47820, Selangor, Malaysia
    O. +60 3 7801 6000 M. 017 7366506
    malaysia.mullenlowe.com

  2. Sophie,

    Really enjoyed our interview at MCM. You have two or our answers swapped.
    It should be…

    ERIC: I can wear whatever I want to go to work. I don’t ever have to look in the mirror! OK, honestly, for me the freedom to play any character I can sound like is the best thing. If I were just a ‘face actor’, as we like to call them, I would be limited to the roles that I would be cast for – unless I was using some sort of special effects. It’s theatre of the mind – I can play different ages, different sexes, different ethnic roles as long as I can do the voice. It’s a lot of fun but it’s also a lot of work because your instrument is your voice. We’re constantly talking as we’re doing now. That to me is the most fun – I can play anything I can sound like.

    DAN: I pretty much second that. I was originally doing stage acting and I just happened to be lucky enough to fall into voice acting. It’s about being able to take your imagination to wherever you can go and also, compared to a theatre or camera experience, you can do multiple takes. There’s also something about the immediacy of the production that really helps you develop your improvisational impulses, which is a lot of fun.

    Thanks!

    Eric

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