Today I am SO excited to share what an amazing thing the What I See Project is.


I am so privileged to be one of many influential women to be kick starting this project today to show you that you are awesome!

The What I See Project embarks on a five week awareness campaign, where over 100 female voices (me being one of them!) will share their answer to the question “What do you see when you look in the mirror?”.


“The project aims to provide a safe environment where women can share their struggles, achievements and inner thoughts, and express themselves freely through a website that appreciates them for who they really are. Throughout a year, The What I See Project aims to reach out to as many women as possible, from as diverse a range of locations and walks of life as possible.

A diverse group of writers, editors, bloggers and communicators from fashion, science, business, politics, art, sport, feminism and motherhood will tell their inspiring stories within the next five weeks on the What I See Project Campaign site.”

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“Through both ambassadors and communicators, the campaign will highlight real female role models, the everyday heroines whom other women can relate to and admire, and amplify voices that would otherwise go unheard.”


So, go ahead and upload a video yourself to the What I See Campaign website and you could be in for a chance to join all of us bloggers and ambassadors at the Science Museum in London on the 1st October for the official launch of the What I See Project. Just a few of the amazing women who are the ambassadors for the project include Dr Terri Apter, Jude Kelly, Jody Day, Dame Lucy Neville-Rolfe and Liz Collinge just to name a few.


You can check out my personal video about what I see when I look in the mirror here. Be sure to check out the beautiful Aminata Fofana of Miss Ami Rants tomorrow and check out what she sees when she looks in the mirror.

Be sure to follow the What I See Project on Twitter @whatiseeproject #whatiseecampaign, Facebook, their blog and their Pinterest!

Just remember that Marry Me Ink wouldn’t be where it was today if it wasn’t for you wonderful women showing off all your tattoos in all their glory on your wedding day!


  1. This is really inspiring, thank you for posting about it!