In a recent VIP charity event at the London Film Museum, I had the pleasure of sculpting Julian Fellowes in aid of the Stroke Association.

To show my ongoing support to the Stroke Association, I live speed-sculpted Julian Fellowes in front of a live audience at the London Film Museum.

The event was conceived to help spread the word and save people’s lives; let people know how to avoid having a stroke and to raise awareness about what to do if people have one. The Stroke Association is an amazing charity – every single family will know friends who have had strokes, and if people know the signs it can save people’s lives.

“I am thrilled to be sculpted by Frances Segelman at this unique event celebrating the work of the Stroke Association, a charity close to my heart, as it is my wife’s. We remain unwavering in our support to this extraordinary organisation who work so tirelessly to support all those in the UK whose lives have been devastated by stroke.” – Julian Fellowes