Did you know that at the time of the Roman Invasion, London was called Londinium? In Saxon times, it was referred to as Lundenwic, and during the Kingdom of Alfred the Great, the city was known as Lundenberg? It is a city rich in history, diversity and miraculous transitions.
Today, London represents countless cultures from around the world. Regardless of what part of the city you're in, the experience is always breathtaking, energizing and stimulating. Ask someone a question and be challenge and inspired at the same time -- again and again.
Faces of London shows these transitions. It shows London's diversity through beautiful, colorful shots of its people in a wide range of neighborhoods throughout the city. From east to west and north to south, join us on this colorful and artistic journey.
Renee Blodgett has been providing strategic communications and marketing consulting for emerging companies worldwide for twenty years. Her global approach comes from launching companies, products and services from around the world. She is the founder of Magic Sauce Media (http://www,magicsaucemedia), a consultancy dedicated to marketing, word-of-mouth campaigns, innovation, social media, blogging, PR, and branding. She is also the founder of Magic Sauce Photography - http://www.magicsaucephotography.com. She is the editor and founder of We Blog the World - http:/www.weblogtheworld.com, a blog network that covers untold stories from around the world across 30 topics & also blogs at Downtheavenue.com. Renee is also the co-founder of Traveling Geeks - http://www.travelinggeeks.com, an initiative dedicated to sharing & reporting on technology innovation worldwide. Follow her on Twitter @magicsaucephoto @magicsaucemedia & @weblogtheworld
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