VIDEO: ‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ Episode 2

I AM CONFIDENT. AM I CONFIDENT?

Aisha explores the relationship between our self confidence and the ways it affects us in the lives we lead.

‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ is a three-part video series exploring the secrets, truths and intricacies of self-confidence. Each month a new episode will be released, with a new question answered by three different participants.

This week we ask: Can You Tell Us An Occasion Where You Felt The Most Confident? and features photographer and writer Ailsa Fineron, sculptor Alec Stevens and artist and musician Eric Sings

Have a scroll below to see all of the participants from ‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ and where you can find out more about them…

David, (aka ThisisDA), Hip-Hop Artist

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Clare Reddington, Creative Director Of Watershed

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Solomon OB, Spoken Word Artist

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Ailsa Fineron, Photographer And Writer

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Will Oklok- Taylor

WILL FINAL

Eva Lazarus, Singer/ Songwriter 

EVA FINAL

Alec Stevens, Sculptor

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Eric Sings, Musician And Artist 

ERIC FINAL 2

Joe Bligh, Producer And Performance Artist

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Stay tuned for the next episode of ‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ to be released in August

Do you have any questions related to self-esteem for future episodes? Let me know at Aisha Rife on Facebook or tweet me at @rifemag

Interested in making a film or documentary of your own? Then, have a look on the Rife Guide, here, for all the latest film and animation projects going in Bristol

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