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Being interviewed by the Metro’s reporter Ross McGuinness for yesterday’s Metro In Focus feature was great fun. I knew by the diverse colour questions the article was going to be full of fun and interesting colour facts.
On Saturday I had the absolute pleasure of working with Thomas Pink, the exclusive men’s tailors, as their colour psychology expert as part of their ‘Personally Pink’ campaign.
The thing I love about radio, they are really tuned into the news of the day, as it’s happening. As a colour expert, I never know when I’m going to be called to comment on the colour stories of the day.
So it was no different last Friday morning when I received a call from Jason’s researcher, the lovely Angela asking if I could be on air in an hour to give my insights on some news stories relating to colour…
Back in November I was interviewed by BBC Radio 4 as part of their week long Technicolour programme which was aired last week. Each day there were three colour experts speaking about their area of colour expertise from how our bodies create colour, colour language and perception, our reaction to colour, how colour is made and colour forecasting and trends.
Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting and being interviewed by Viv Oyolu, the creator and radio presenter of Dream Corner. Dream Corner is focused on women, and Viv’s goal is to spark or rekindle a dream or passion that any woman has had, and inspire them to do something about it.
Color Cares™ is a non-profit charity dedicated to changing lives through the healing & uplifting power of colour. With a network of volunteers ranging from painters, decorators, colour consultants, designers, stylists and home stagers, they all play an integral part in the Color Cares mission “By changing the color of one’s surroundings, we can make a positive impact on one’s life!”
I was absolutely thrilled to be asked by Dan Wittenkeller, Color Cares US founder to head up Color Cares UK. Color Cares core value is about changing lives through colour, my very passion.
Dulux contacted me asking if I’d share my experience of my day spent painting Virginia Primary School and on the use of colour.
Here’s the interview – five minutes with Karen Haller.
I’d read about the let’s colour initiative from dulux and how they transform grey spaces worldwide with colourful paint. In essence, their mission is to spread colour all over the world.
As my passion is colour I knew I wanted to be part of this, so when they came to London to paint Virginia Primary School I was very fortunate to be part of the team.