Natalie Wilson is in the news
Meet Natalie Wilson, creator of High Heal Diaries. Toronto Photographer Tackles the Stigma of Scars in New Photo Series. Natalie, one of many cancer survivors featured in a new photo series exploring the stigma surrounding scars, says she now has a “really good relationship with my scars because they tell a unique story.” Click to read the full article.
Haute Pink Mustard Seed Magazine. Click to read Natalie’s story (pgs 31-37), and that of countless other warriors in Issue 5 Special Edition. This magazine honours women that have overcome heightened adversity and rose from the wreckage beautifully. Available for purchase online.
Toronto Photographer Tackles the Stigma of Scars in New Photo Series. Natalie, one of many cancer survivors featured in a new photo series exploring the stigma surrounding scars, says she now has a “really good relationship with my scars because they tell a unique story.” Click to read the full article.
Toronto photographer releasing powerful series about the stories behind scars. Alkan Emin’s portrait will be published in November and December by Zoomer magazine. Click to watch the story.
Natalie is looking forward to sharing about life coaching and all the other moving parts of High Heal Diaries on Business Talk Radio (on Tune-In Satellite Radio). On Thursday, September 17 at 1:48 pm, listen live by clicking on the link in bio. Broadcast can be heard live, the day of the show. Click to listen.
Black At It Again Magazine 1st Edition. Natalie Wilson is Featured on pages 13 – 16. Click to download.
Learn about the 2nd annual “Walk a Mile In My Shoes” at www.eventbrite.ca/e/high-heal-diaries-2nd-annual-walk-a-mile-in-my-shoes-tickets-62186197591#
Natalie (“Thank you cancer” blog) goes topless along with countless other women in #TruthorBare; an initiative by The Boob Book Project inspiring conversations around diversity and contributing to the self-love revolution. These anonymous topless selfies will become a part of the art series, which will be featured in The Boob Book www.theboobbook.com and interactive art exhibitions around the world.
Read Melmira Bra and Swimsuits blog at www.melmira.com/my-melmira-experience-post-surgical.
Shopping for lingerie and swimwear is always deeply personal, and sometimes daunting, particularly for post-surgical clients.
Click to read Natalie’s feature in Bustle Digital Magazine, on products women use while going through cancer treatment. By multimedia storyteller Bee Quammie at Bustle.com
Over the years Natalie has been in the news with a plethora of headlines including “Interview with Natalie as she discusses positive body image in the summer 2018 issue of Future Female Magazine” and “I needed to look like a woman again — Mum who battled cancer three times has her boobs reconstructed using corpse tissue.”
Learn about ‘Walk A Mile In My Shoes’ – Ajax Snap’d magazine/online. Click to read (October 2018)
Click to read an interview with Natalie as she discusses positive body image in the summer 2018 issue of Future Female Magazine
Read Natalie Sharing her “voice” in the October 20, 2017 Toronto Star section of The Kit: Voices (by Eden Boileau) regarding her experience getting breast cancer at a young age. Click to read.
Natalie was one of the 1,029 women between 35 and 45 who answered Chatelaine’s very nosy questions in Chatelaine’s #ThisIs40ish, the secret lives of Canadian women.
View the Chatelaine photoshoot and video: www.chatelaine.com/this-is-40ish-2017 at https://www.chatelaine.com/this-is-40ish-2017 (January 2017)
Additional news articles and television shows with Natalie Wilson:
Connected Woman Magazine, Healed to Heal: When Natalie Wilson’s life was thrown a curveball, she fought back! (January 2018)
CBC’s Daytime Show, The Good’s: Natalie Wilson on CBC’s The Goods sharing her story (October 2017)
The Nikki Clarke Show: Natalie Wilson (June 2017)
Certified Coaches Federation Feature Friday: Natalie Wilson (February 2017)
www.dailymail.co.uk: Natalie Wilson, of Ajax, Ontario, Canada first found a lump in 2008
www.thesun.co.uk: Natalie Wilson, 43, is now launching an online forum, where women can share their inspiring stories, and feel less alone.
michaelbaisden.com: Young Mother Has Reconstructive Surgery Using Tissue From Corpse
www.mirror.co.uk: Cancer-stricken mum has breasts reconstructed using tissue from DEAD BODIES ‘to look like a woman again’