Dimple Devadas is an award winning experimental smartphone film maker, serial Vol-entrepreneur, writer, Medical Journalist (https://www.mjauk.org), Psychology Coach (https://www.fmlm.ac.uk/dimple-devadas), Award winning Doctor, Meditation teacher, Artist, Human Book (http://humanlibrary.org), TEDx speaker, Storyteller, Creative, Artist, London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games maker, Street Doctor and founder of the social impact movements "Urban BackHer" (Women's empowerment initiative), "Silience Global" (smartphone social impact initiative) and "Vol-entrepreneurs" (Volunteer initiative).
Her work and projects are inspired by and explores health, well-being, community, relationships, being human, sustainability, empowerment, creativity, dance, movement, mindset, LGBTQI & Diversity perspectives and expression of citizen narratives through experimental smartphone film making.....
Her smartphone films have won international independent film awards and featured in film festivals and screenings all over the world, including at the BBC club, Imax cinemas, US TV, Roku TV, Barbican......and she is part of the global smartphone movement "Filmbreaker"
( I am Filmbreaker, Dimple)
She has performed with the acclaimed theatre company "Complicite" in their new production "Everything that rises must dance" with renowned Director and choreographer Sasha Milavic Davies and is featured in an upcoming documentary about the social impact movement. A compelling celebration of female movement, incorporating both the everyday and the universal with the Dance Umbrella movement which brings together 200 women from across London for a free performance in three venues around the capital and forms part of the Mayor’s #BehindEveryGreatCity campaign to celebrate the centenary of the first women winning the right to vote and tackle gender inequality in London.
Link to video: https://vimeo.com/293502075
She curated a spoken word piece and performed this at the National Theatre (https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk) and performed a version of this spoken word piece along with the premiere of her smartphone film called "Flashover" addressing infertility at the Barbican in 2019 in association with Fertility Fest Festival at the Life rewired festival.
She is a story teller in the immersive interactive exhibition "Room to Breathe" until Summer 2020 at the British Migration Museum and the Augmented Reality version of the exhibition (Link for AR experience - https://vimeo.com/448849848)
(Link - https://www.migrationmuseum.org/exhibition/room-to-breathe/) and in "Sounding centres" audio-visual exhibition in London with migrant stories.
She runs interactive experimental smartphone film workshops combining psychology, music, dance, spoken word with citizen stories....
She also directed and produced "Silience at Walthamstow" experimental smartphone film in Collaboration with SICK (Social Initiatives Changing Culture).
She is a visiting lecturer/speaker in Diversity and is also an International best selling Human book that can be loaned out from the Human Library.org
She is currently working on her healthy food blog, podcast series, music meditations and curating bespoke health and wellness content ....
Her integrative relational psychology coaching approach and projects combine science, art and community volunteering and provides the powerful opportunity via the co-created coaching relationships for a much deeper level of personal, professional and social transformation with development for a more resourceful and expansive self and society.....