DORCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM, August 19, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dr. Isabel Aimee Berkeley has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
As the grandniece of two famous artists, Laurence and Rex Whistler, Dr. Berkeley was naturally drawn to pursue a career in the arts. Winning her first singing competition at the age of five, she subsequently excelled academically, earning a Bachelor of Arts in landscape architecture and a Doctor of Philosophy in architecture and child psychology by the age of 27. Backed by her education and the love of her three children, she decided to seek a full-time career in music. Now active as an artist, singer and songwriter, Dr. Berkeley excels as the chief executive officer of Isabel Aimee's Inspirition, which is derived from the word 'inspirit,' meaning to encourage or enliven, which she aims to do through her music.
While learning the ins and outs of the music industry, Dr. Berkeley released her first album, (of three) "Truth Telling," which was touted by Fleetwood Mac vocalist Steve Nicks, who noted that "there should be more music like this" and it "changed the way she wrote music." Throughout her musical career, she has performed live in the United Kingdom and the United States, and has been invited as a repeat guest on her favorite radio shows. Furthermore, Dr. Berkeley's artwork and music are lauded as shamanistic in nature, yet accessible through modern techniques and sounds.
Most of Dr. Berkeley's recent artwork has been crafted for her Children's Books, Milo & Teal from the Transmissions from the Planet Zog series, the third of which, "How to Transition" is currently in production. Due to her considerable expertise in music and acting, she teaches adults and children with Perrott Hill School, providing them with the emotional intelligence to excel on stage and in life. Between 2013 and 2014, she also gained valuable expertise in the arts as an artist-in-residence for Debut Contemporary. Apart from her musical endeavors, Dr. Berkeley contributes to her community through her Speaking House, a charitable organisation for Home Schooling centres efforts.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Berkeley is the author of "Brave Souls: How to Act Good and Feel Better," which serves as a manual for actors and others that want to create. For her outstanding work in the field, she received an Arts and Community Development Award, as well as a Business Culture Award. Looking toward the future, Dr. Berkeley intends to continue writing and remain open to new opportunities in both music and television, as she one day hopes to create an animated series of her Milo & Teal children's books.
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