With a highly successful background in fashion and beauty, Jo Tutchener-Sharp directed campaigns and managed events for leading fashion brands and award ceremonies. She founded the global fashion PR agency 'Beauty Seen' in 2007.
Jo's life was put on hold in October 2015 after she suffered a brain haemorrhage. She was forced to leave her two children as she underwent life-threatening brain surgery followed by a lengthy stay in hospital.
During her recovery, Jo went on to set up the children's fashion company 'Scamp & Dude', a clothing line featuring superhero motifs which help young people feel more secure when apart from their loved ones.
In this interview, Jo speaks about surviving her brain haemorrhage and how it gave her a "fire in her belly" to create something light from something dark.