303 MullenLowe ECD Richard Berney and musician Lucy Peach perform at TEDx Perth

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Lucy Peach and Rich Berney_TEDx Perth_BLOG.jpg303 MullenLowe ECD, Richard Berney, joined the line-up at TEDx Perth last weekend supporting musician (and wife) Lucy Peach with live illustrations of her 'period preaching'.

Peach is a stadium-folk-pop singer song-writer, with a parallel career in sexual health education. She won WA's Best Folk Act of 2016, and Berney has directed all her most recent music videos including Be So Good, and Bomb that will be released early in the new year, with post help from The Office of John Cheese.
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At TEDx, they performed My Greatest Period Ever, whichPeach wrote after a chance meeting with a storytelling clown from Cirque du Soleil. 

Using science, stories and songs, the work aims to educate women to see their menstrual cycles not as a curse, but as a creative force and blessing. The performance also won the 'Martin Sims Award' for Best Show at Perth Fringe Festival 2017.

They're now creating a documentary about My Greatest Period Ever, due for completion late next year. They will be performing at next year's Fringe festival, as well as Melbourne Comedy during April 2018.


Confused said:


Don't Worry said:

It only happens once every 28 days!

giulia said:

Fantastic, I love the graphic. I'll look out for it at Fringe.

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