Lee will feature in a TV special with Eamonn Holmes & Ruth Langsford for Channel 5. (Exact date to be announced)
Lee will feature in a TV special with Eamonn Holmes & Ruth Langsford for Channel 5. (Exact date to be announced)
I will be donating this piece of art in aid of The Alex Lewis Trust which will be auctioned off this Saturday 8th October 2016
The fundraiser will start at 7:30 PM - Late
If you are interested in placing a bid between now and the event please email me via this website with your offer.
The Plas Pigot Country Club, Ruthin Road, Denbigh, LL16 3ER.
THE ALEX LEWIS TRUST - FB SITE
I am looking at launching a UK art exhibition here in London. The funds will cover all framing and costs for press night.
This will be the launch of a new exhibition and talk based around dreams and art works that have not yet been seen by the public.
Lee will be donating one of his original drawings for auction in aid of Caudwell Children at this years Butterfly Ball.
The annual Caudwell Children Butterfly Ball is one of the UK's most exclusive charity balls attracting worldwide media attention and a host of A List stars!
The glamorous evening includes gourmet dining, world class entertainment, a VIP champagne reception and a charity auction with money-can't-buy prizes.
The Butterfly Ball provides a unique range of packages for sponsors, whilst also generating funds to help the thousands of disabled children in the UK and their families.
Each year the event raises millions of pounds to help change the lives of disabled children living in the UK.
Anyone interesting in attending the event or receiving more information should contact the Events Team on 01782 600 444 or email email@example.com
SUNDAY 24TH MAY 2015
Charity Three Legged Race - In aid of SCBU (Special Care Baby Unit)
I'm proud to announce that I have been invited to help out for this years Annual Three Legged Charity Pub Race along with Leah Roberts and others for Denbighshire. The event is organised annually by Christine Carruthers from The Plough in Denbigh. A The date this year is Sunday 24th May 2015.
The chosen charity for this years Three Legged Charity Pub Race is SCBU ( special care baby unit) at Glan Clwyd Hospital . Christine Carruthers from The Plough in Denbigh has been assured that this unit will remain open and functioning at Glan Clwyd Hospital .
If you have any questions about the event or the charity then please contact Christine Carruthers as this will be her 20th year organizing this wonderful pub race.
This year also there will be a " celebrity" in each pub !!!! Each pair will not only need their cards signed /stamped but they must also name the celebrity !!!!
Please follow the event page on Face Book via the link below:
I am pleased to announce that the charity donation page is now live.
I just want to personally thank all the pubs/bars that are participating in this years event.
Masons at 2pm
The Plas Pigot
The Hope and Anchor
The Wings (RAF)
Finish at The Plough were the entertainment will begin!
I just want to also thank Kyle Parry for his time that he is donating on the night!
Lee, who is known globally as the “Sleep Artist” due to his unique ability to draw and paint in his sleep, has just returned back to the UK after a successful tour in China where he was met with great interest and support from the Chinese people and media. After recent discussions Lee has agreed to be filmed by ITV for the exhibition as part of a programme looking into sleep, his art & life, highlighting the success Lee has had dealing with this unusual gift.
Lee has decided on launching his first UK solo exhibition with his new management team (Incandescent Artists) at world renown art dealer; Kevin Zuchowski-Morrison's new art gallery 'RISEgallery' in Croydon. After Lee’s charity work in the past Incandescent Artists approached Kevin who recently set up ArtHalo (an award winning not-for-profit organisation that provides art intervention for vulnerable adults) because there would be synergy between the artist and gallery thus providing a unique insight to the artwork and the approach to exhibiting such works.
After the tragic events that hit Croydon back in 2011 with the fires and riots, there has seen a massive regeneration of the area, 'Croydon is set be become a leading place for visual arts and culture and is currently undergoing a massive cultural renaissance' says Kevin Zuchowski-Morrision.
Lee Hadwin, who had no training and no inclination in his waking life to be an artist, has discovered his works have attracted more and more interest from galleries and collectors globally.
After years of criticism from the art world & art critics, Lee is finally becoming an artist in his own right. Now with interest from many galleries ,TV offers and a strong following from the art world and the general public he is finally finding a global demand for his works and life story
In many artistic works inspired by the Greek Mythology, Hypnos was represented as a gentle young man, the god of sleep, whose father was the deity of darkness Erebus and mother Nys, the deity of night. Hypnos was father himself to another powerful deity Morpheus, deity of dreams so it’s not hard to understand why he commanded such great power over the mortals and immortals alike.
As we draw to present day we are still perhaps no closer to understanding these fundamental elements of our lives. Be drawn into this deep unknown world by Lee Hadwin's work at his debut solo show HYPNOS.
Minimum age: 18
Entry price (public): FREE
NIGHT OWL From the age of four I used to sleepwalk and make these scribbled drawing with crayons. The doctor told my parents it was just normal sleepwalking activity but from my teenage years the drawings became more intricate and complex. When I was 31, I offered to do a charity exhibition for a local hospice near my family home, in Wales, and somehow The Sun newspaper found out about my story and it all sort of snowballed from there.
EYES WIDE SHUT I can be up drawing at night three times a week and then not at all for months. I once went an entire year without drawing anything in my sleep. Some people say it's a gift but it's just a state of consciousness. I really don't know where the inspiration comes from and I can't understand the very different styles I paint in. I am as surprised as everyone else when I see what I have produced the next morning.
The new painting which I've put in the exhibition at HomeSquare (furniture mall in Sha Tin) only took me 10 minutes and I called it Beach, because the blue bits reminded me of the sea and sky. I like some of my work but some of it is a pile of sh**. This is the first time I have exhibited my work in Asia and there are lots of positive comments, but (a mall is) very different from a gallery, where everyone is interested in art. When I arrived in Hong Kong, I was completely knackered. I fell asleep in this box rigged with TV cameras they had constructed at HomeSquare and they filmed me. After two hours I got up and started drawing. It was good for them.
SLEEPWALKING IN HONG KONG I'm really enjoying being here but have been worried about the demonstrations, of course. I went down to sit with some of the protesters for a couple of hours just to show my support. I do a lot of work for the charities Amnesty International and Missing People so I am very passionate about human rights. While making a documentary (about my art, for ITV) in 2007/08, I was asked to go on a breakfast television show, where I met (English entrepreneur) Richard Branson, who is an ambassador for Missing People. While in the green room with him, I chatted to a woman who had lost her sister and she was in tears. She gave me a card for the charity and a year later I took it out and decided to help.
SNOB STORY I hate art snobs. If you want to buy a painting for £1 (HK$12.50) or £1 million that's fine with me as long as you like it. I got a right bashing for doing an exhibition at Ripley's (tourist attraction in London) last year, but my art is for everyone. In the art world it's all about who you know and being in with a cer-tain clique, like the Saatchis or whoever. I am just not interested in that scene. The art world does not really interest me. If people ask to buy one of my paintings I like to check if they can afford it. (American business magnate) Donald Trump has one of my paintings. One of his people saw an article about me in the Huffington Post and my manager arranged the sale. I received a phone call from Mr Trump's PA to say that he really liked the painting.
HOME IS WHERE THE ART IS I have lived in London for seven years and I have a place in Australia, but I am originally from a small village in north Wales, where there are only about 100 people. My family weren't at all artistic but my dad played in a country and western band, so there was a musical influence, I suppose. I was never any good at art at school and was given a D in my school reports. Before the sleep art became my living, I played in my dad's band and spent a long time backpacking across Australia, where I met my partner. I also worked as a carer for old folk with Alzheimer's in a residential home in Wales. Now I have lots of time during the day to support my charities and do media events.
NO CON ARTIST When I did the documentary for ITV, they had to be sure I was not a fraud. I had to see doctors and psychologists and they had cameras fixed in my bedroom for about six months. The weird thing was proving to the TV station that I was not faking it and that I couldn't draw in a waking state. My drawing is absolutely horrific when I am not asleep. It wouldn't bother me if the sleep drawing stopped. Apparently, it would make my art go up in value. It would be like being a dead artist but still alive.
Just be grateful for what you've got and take things as they come. That's what I try to do.
ONE ON ONE After my grandfather died, about six years ago, I started seeing the numerals 11-11 everywhere. On digital clocks, at railway stations and on till receipts. I was catching a train from Barcelona recently and it was Train 11, at Platform 11 that departed at 11:11. My grandfather's birthday was November 11, 1921. A friend suggested googling "numerology" and it turns out there are lots of people seeing 11-11 and some say they are "midwayers" - sort of angels from the spirit world. When I checked into my hotel here in Hong Kong they offered me a free upgrade and when they gave me the key it was for Room 1111.
The "Light Up Your Dream" bedding and lighting exhibition, featuring Lee Hadwin, runs at HomeSquare until next Sunday.
睡梦鬼才艺术家Lee Hadwin「 梦游毕加索」 首度越洋登陆香港展示矌世画作 全港独一无二以超过6,000个LED灯创作的「光树云影」 伴随逾30件国际名师设计的精致家具 展现时尚寝室新灵感 HomeSquare为「全港最大一站式家居主题商场」，汇聚世界各地多样化的灯饰及寝室品牌，致力提供国际级且设计独特的灯饰及尊贵寝具予一众追求时尚生活及品味优闲生活的人士。由2014年9月27日至10月26日，HomeSquare呈献「光说梦话 – 睡‧访灯饰寝具展」，率先邀请了独一无二、被艺术界冠以「梦游毕加索」称号的英澳籍艺术家Lee Hadwin 远度亲临到港，首次与大家一同体验「梦游艺术」的非凡才华。同场加映「寝室密语」辑录专区及阅赏区 ，分别细听及阅读逾百位港人及名人的寝室秘密。 此外，HomeSquare更带来全港独一无二、由超过6,000个LED灯创作而成的「光树云影」，以及逾30件由国际着名的灯饰及寝具设计师创作的精致家具，瞬间为您家居寝室注入流行时尚新灵感，缔造优质睡眠质素。
「 梦游毕加索」Lee Hadwin 惊世画作首次驻港 相信每人都有自己独特的「寝室密语」(Bedding Secret)，HomeSquare特别邀请了被艺术界冠以「梦游毕加索」称号的英澳籍 梦游画家Lee Hadwin ，为大家带来12幅首次踏足亚洲来港展出的矌世画作。 鬼才画家Lee Hadwin的创作手法层出不穷，是次展出的作品都能展现出他多变的风格。当中的作品「Awakening」，完美地表达出画家在梦中绘画时，不经意地透露出他内心对时间、自然和宇宙的关系；而他勾画的「Success」画像更充分展现Hadwin高超出众的艺术才华，细腻非凡的创作手艺，揭示梦游作画的鬼斧神工。此外，「Continuity」不但展露出他多变的绘画手法，更被认定为其画作中价值最高(£20,000)的作品。此外，Lee Hadwin特意为HomeSquare创作了一幅色彩丰富、名为「Beach」的画作，亦将首次于HomeSquare绝密登场。
Lee Hadwin拥有非凡的艺术才华，自4岁开始梦游作画，在睡梦中开始了他的绘画生涯，创作出超过200幅素描肖像、人物和风景等画作。Hadwin梦游时会在墙壁、书桌、衣服、旧报纸上，用钢笔、蜡笔、水彩、炭笔等颜料作画。多年来不断的练习，令他的画功亦更细致，令人留下深刻印象。至今，世界各地的画廊和电视节目都对Hadwin这个令人费解的才华深表好奇。 「寝室密语」辑录专区及阅赏区︰逾百位港人及名人的「寝室密语」大揭秘
HomeSquare现场更设有「寝室密语」辑录专区及阅赏区，搜罗逾百位港人及本地名人的寝室秘密。 当中包括着名插画师邓卓越 Dorophy Tang、资深香港填词人、创作单位《黑纸》创办人及专栏作家林日曦、香港电影界着名的青年女编剧、专栏小说作家杜致朗、香港独立剧团「好戏量」首席女演员赖恩慈，以及知名主持人林子博与儿子林卓楠，让大家细听他们别开生面的寝室密语。
超过6,000颗灯泡「光树云影」 为家空间注入温暖 光影舞动的变化能为空间增添生命力、精湛的光影运用让家居温暖的感觉进一步提升，令空间艺术气息满载。全港独一无二、由超过6,000个LED灯组合而成，高约4米、阔约3米的巨型「光树云影」将于HomeSquare首度曝光。外型壮丽宏伟设计独特，向上仰望仿如一棵茂盛的大树，从外观赏则像一抹散发亮光的云彩，给人温暖的感觉，缔造一个浪漫温馨的时刻。 此外，场内亦展示逾30件由国际着名灯饰及寝具设计师创作的家具产品，当中的灯饰包括︰由美国着名的儿童读物插画家Tim Coffe设计的树脂海胆底座台灯、曾在第四届深圳国际家居饰品展展出的三轮车台灯，及由意大利着名Murano玻璃艺术制成的Bloom 吊灯等。同场亦将会展示最新款的纽西兰进口系列床褥、甜梦® 沃尔柔软承托床褥，及尊贵系列皇亭型号床褥等，为大家启发家居寝室设计的美学智慧。
免费换领限量版「Make my page 时光之旅」创意枱灯 同时，HomeSquare更举行「光说梦话 – 睡‧访灯饰寝具展」消费推广活动，于2014年9月27日至10月26期间，顾客只须于推广期内亲临HomeSquare，凭电子货币 (信用卡、易办事或八达通) 于两间或以上指定的不同商舖累积消费满港币$4,800 (每张收据必须超过港币$500)，即可免费换领限量版「Make my page 时光之旅」创意枱灯乙份(价值: 港币$680)，而消费满港币$3,800 (每张收据必须超过港币$500)，更可有机会换领名贵灯饰或床上用品，当中礼品包括︰爱皇健高承托太空枕(价值: 港币$990)、床上被连豆豆咕臣(价值: 港币$1,280) 、 LED气氛灯(价值︰港币$1,399)及其他丰富礼品 (合共385份)。礼品数量有限，先到先得，换完即止。
Throughout May, the charity Missing People is launching a number of events to help bring vulnerable people home to their loved ones.
The charity is urging supporters to Sign up to Child Rescue Alert, and to Tweet, run, walk, drink tea or view the variety of materials available to help those affected by a disappearance.
Activities for the month have been supported by a huge amount of organisation which will make 2014 an incredible year for Missing People, its staff, volunteers and supporters.
A staggering 140,000 children go missing in the UK every year
On International Missing Children’s Day (Sunday 25 May), we will once again harness the power of Twitter to help find missing children via The Big Tweet for Missing Children.
You can take part too, by retweeting the appeals for missing children that the charity will tweet every 30 minutes for 24 hours.
"Do you know what you are going to be doing on Sunday 25 May? I do. I am going to be throwing my weight behind the charity Missing People’s ‘Big Tweet for Missing Children’ for the fourth year running.
"It is a very simple concept and there is simply no excuse not to get involved. Every half hour for 24 hours throughout International Missing Children’s Day, the charity will be posting Twitter appeals with the aim of finding missing children.
"By retweeting these appeals, we can all help extend the platform that might bring those children home. Circulating the details of these children through the social media site is such a simple, yet incredibly effective way to give the appeals as much coverage as possible.
"I was so impressed by how the world of Twitter responded last year – an incredible 58,000 retweets in one day. The result? Two missing children were found. Invaluable."
This year, it is even more important than ever that we all get behind this initiative as The Big Tweet for Missing Children will provide a launch pad for a new Child Rescue Alert system (funded by the EU and the players of People’s Postcode Lottery) which will facilitate nation-wide searches for abducted children within minutes.
If you have a Twitter account you can take part. All you have to do to take part in the Big Tweet is follow Missing People and look out for the hashtag #TheBIgTweet on Sunday 25 May 2014 and retweet as many appeals for missing children as you can.
Please Follow the link to the Missing People website for more information.
DREAM BALL for fundraising at St. Peter's Church
On the 7th March 2014, 7:30pm
The Dream Research Institute, DRI, in Maida Vale together with
the HELP Counselling Centre in Notting Hill
are hosting a Fundraising Ball
at St. Peter’s Church & the RR Gallery
on Kensington Park Road.
The theme is dreams.
The Dream Research Institute, DRI, is a charitable organisation that promotes research on dreams from the Transpersonal perspective, an approach that views dreams as key to physical, psychological and spiritual wholeness. As part of the Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy Education, the DRI supports a synergy of research to advance our understanding of dreams.
Researchers at the DRI address such fundamental questions as the contribution of dreams to mental and physical health, the role of dreams and lucid dreams in psycho-spiritual transformation, the effectiveness of dream work in psychotherapy as well as the neurology of states of consciousness in dreams.
HELP Counselling Centre is a Charity providing short & long-term counselling based on an affordable, sliding scale for people who need support in negotiating a crisis as well as for those who wish to consider their life patterns and choices. HELP addresses the need for mental health services in the local community, a need not fully met by the NHS.
Our “Dream Evening” Dream Ball will be held March 7th 2014 at the RR Gallery at St. Peter’s Church on Kensington Park Road. All proceeds will be shared between the two charities.
We would be grateful if you could donate art for our “Dream Art” sale and auction.
At the event, Dr. Nigel Hamilton, the Director of the DRI & the CCPE will speak on “Dreams as Mirrors of the Soul”.
With kind regards and best wishes
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London hosts pop-up exhibition of artwork by sleep walking artist
This summer,Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London opens its first ever pop-up exhibition – a series of works by British ‘sleep walking artist’, Lee Hadwin.
Opening on 16 August 2013 with a special appearance by the artist himself, visitors to London’s most bizarre attraction can enjoy a mini exhibition showcasing 13 pieces of art that Lee has created whilst in a state of sleep. Open until 29 September, a series of drawings and paintings as well as videos of Lee creating the pieces and explaining his art will be on display in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London theatre.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London is home to more than 700 wonderfully weird artefacts from across the globe and celebrates all that is unusual or just plain bizarre. Lee Hadwin has been described by the Edinburgh Sleep Clinic and the Art World as truly ‘unique’, he has been studied by doctors and scientists both in the UK and overseas but his nocturnal artistic activities are a still mystery. With no artistic training. Lee has been producing pieces of artwork in his sleep since the age of four. He is unable to produce such pieces whilst awake but his skills whilst asleep have developed over the years to become more detailed and demand for his pieces from art galleries and exhibitions across the globe continues to grow.
Lee Hadwin, sleep walking artist, explains:
“The Ripley’s Believe It or Not! brand is such a good fit for my pieces. I’m excited to have a pop-up exhibition somewhere that celebrates all that is different and I hope that the visitors will enjoy my unusual talent and the pieces I’ve created.”
Visitors can meet Lee Hadwin when he opens the pop up exhibition on Friday 16 August at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London. He will be signing prints from 12pm-4pm.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London is open seven days a week, 365 days a year from 10am until midnight (last admission 10.30pm). Tickets to this world of wonders situated in the heart of London's West End are £26.95 per adult and £21.95 per child. Family tickets are £87.95 based on two adults and two children. Purchase your tickets online in advance and save 15%. For full pricing options please visitwww.ripleyslondon.com.
>Cool and impactful movies, people and events make Albuquerque, New Mexico the place to be in June.
Albuquerque, New Mexico (PRWEB)
The Albuquerque Film & Media Experience (AFME) at Nob Hill has announced four world premieres including Justice Denied, Circle the Wagen, Chasing Moonflowers and Moses on the Mesa to complete an exciting lineup of movies June 3-9, 2013. AFME’s robust festival includes 80 movies, panels and “Intimate Conversations,” fundraisers and unique parties and events.
“There has already been international media attention and coverage about AFME with the participation of Robert Redford, Sibylle Szaggars-Redford, director Joshua Michael Stern, United Kingdom sleep artist Lee Hadwin, Americans for the Arts CEO Robert Lynch, and famed composers Morten Lauridsen and David Thor Jonsson,” said Lainie S. Quirk and Ivan Wiener, Executive Producers. “The City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau are as thrilled as we are about the program, the interest from the Hollywood community both here and abroad and the number of statewide, national and international travelers already confirmed to attend.”
Along with the four premieres, actors Elizabeth Pena, Jeremiah Bitsui and Raoul Trujillo will be in attendance for the screening of the highly anticipated Lionsgate feature, “Blaze You Out.” Actor/director Federico Castelluccio from The Sopranos will be screening “Keep Your Enemies Closer, Checkmate.” Emily Katz, head makeup and special effects supervisor for Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management and Lost will be doing a featured “Intimate Conversation” at Albuquerque's Great Face and Body Eco-Urban Lifestyle Market. New Mexico resident and producer Tony Mark and actors Wes Studi and Steven Michael Quezada will be joining the festival as well.
AFME and SAG-AFTRA are also proud to present The Lone Ranger panel with the actors who played the Rangers in Disney’s July 3rd release starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer – Chad Brummett, Lou Temple (The Walking Dead), Damon Carney, Robert Baker and Kevin Wiggins.
The Albuquerque Film & Media Experience is a socially conscious and impactful event that represents creative achievement in film, music, arts and entertainment. AFME programming includes domestic and international movies, new media, food and art, intimate conversations, panels and time with industry leaders in attendance.
For additional information about the Albuquerque Film & Media Experience at Nob Hill or to become a sponsor, please visit http://www.abqfilmexperience.com.
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Sleep artist Lee Hadwin talks about his unique art and the tests it took to prove his talent as genuine.
Thank you for talking with me Lee. Please tell us about being a sleep artist.
At the age of four years of age I would get up in the middle of the night and just start scribbling on my bedroom walls, I would go downstairs and do the same on our dining room table and draw on almost anything. At the time my parents didn’t think too much of it as I was only scribbling and not producing anything fascinating so to speak, it was only into my teens that my scribbles developed into more recognisable images such as the Three Marilyn Monroe‘ that I drew.
Being known around the world now as the “Sleep Artist” is something I never ever imagined and I try and take it all in my stride. What is great however is being able to help certain charities by using my art and public appearances. I believe if you can do something good with a talent you have then I think you need to funnel that energy in a positive way. I took on the charity Missing People a few years back and am now an ambassador for the charity.
You have had tests done to prove that you were really asleep. What did they consist of?
Over the years I have had many tests done here in the UK and overseas. I have visited theEdinburgh Sleep clinic on quite a few occasions and I have also been tested by scientists in Japanwhilst filming a documentary for Fuji TV.
The test are not too bad they wire you up nightly and measure your brain waves whilst you are asleep it can be a little difficult getting off to sleep with all the wires but once your asleep it’s all good.
The hardest part is the sleep deprivation they put you through prior to going asleep, this consists of staying up and awake for over 48hrs the idea is that this can bring on sleepwalking episodes in a lot of people. The Edinburgh Sleep Clinic and scientists from Japan have noticed that I have a huge amount of restlessness whilst I’m asleep it’s like my mind is asleep but my body is not.
Further tests are still taking place.
Was it a huge relief to finally have proof that what you were doing was genuine?
Yes it’s great to have some kind of proof, it’s never really been an issue for me as I know what I do! The hardest thing I’ve had to prove is that I cannot reproduce the art whilst I’m awake that i create whilst I’m asleep.
What is your art like when you are awake?
My art whilst I’m awake is – well it’s not art let’s leave it at that!! It’s laughable!
So what inspires you?
Positive people with great life stories , people who struggle daily and still manage to smile!
Which other artists that you admire?
My favourite artists are Kandinsky and Tracey Enim
Do you think you talent will disappear one day?
I never really think about it – If it does it does. I think worst things can happen In life!
So what’s next for you?
I have a lot coming up – The documentary I did for FUJI TV will be released later this year. I will be focussing a lot on the Missing people charity and have been invited to appear at the AFME in the USA in June which i am currently working on a stage show of my life.
by Kelly Williams, DPW West Mar 14 2013 A SLEEP artist is looking for a Welsh business to sponsor him as he takes on America.
Lee Hadwin from Henllan near Denbigh is preparing to share his extraordinary talent for the first time on US soil at Festival Experience in June.
He’s among many talented artists to be lined up by Albuquerque Film & Media Experience and will be representing the UK.
The 38-year-old has been described by the art world and Edinburgh Sleep Clinic as “unique’ for his ability to draw intricate portraits, figures and landscapes in his sleep.
Lee will be performing exclusively at the festival in a 45-minute show in New Mexico on June 8 with hopes to turn it into a full production alongside world-renowned pianist Joshua James Field.
Lee said: “To be invited to AFME this year is such an honour for me. I am thrilled that the city of Albuquerque will be hosting this truly amazing event, being USA’s second largest city for arts.
“I can’t think of a better place to appear and perform in front of a live audience. I know this will truly be a spectacular festival.”
Lainie Quirk and Ivan Wiener, co-founders of the AFME said: “We are very excited to have Lee Hawdin and Joshua James Field here, representing the UK and the art/music mediums.
“Lee is an extraordinary artist with such a different art form. To hear of sleepwalkers is one thing, to learn of Lee’s gift is another.”
Anyone wishing to sponsor Lee is urged to contact him via his contact page.
Please see promo video below:
Well another year is upon us and once again I am taking part in the Miles For Missing People this May on the 25th.
If you wish to sponsor me please follow the link below.
Many thanks in advance! Lee
Well it's been a busy start to the year which is great. My work raising awereness for the charity Missing People is moving forward and thanks to everyones support the charity can continue to help the missing and there families.
I really need to thank all the staff at Barclay's Bank , Devonshire Sq and the Press for the continous support they have shown to me and the charity over the last few years.
I have just been invited to appear at the Albuquerque Film & Media Experienc where I will be launching part of my new stage show along with Joshu Fields. I will keep you all updated over the coming weeks.
Please see link below for details of the even.