Singer/songwriter Laura Lost is the next Breo Hero answering our questions in our Q&A series. We cover her beginnings in the music industry, her proudest moments, her heroes, what motivates her and ask for any tips she’d share with aspiring new bands and musicians.
How long have you been making music?
I have been making my own music since I was about 10yrs old. I used to make up melodies on the piano just for fun. I didn’t start writing real songs until I was 19 though.
It’s almost mid year and everything is running smoothly but I’m still looking for something different. Something that will make 2015 as the best year ever.
I think 6 months of staying relaxed is enough and it’s time to live life to the edge this year so that come December 31st I’ll be popping Moet and partying all night to say ‘cheers!’, not ‘goodbye’ to this year.
The fourth of our Breo Heroes facing interrogation is Steve Holmes. Steve is a qualified mountaineering instructor based in Fort William, Scotland where he runs the mountain guiding company Vertical Fever.
How long have you been climbing?
I was brought up close to the Lake District and so my parents took me hill walking at a very early age, I then started to climb rock and ice about 14 years ago.
The next Breo Hero up for interview is Philippines based downhill skateboarder and boxer Michael ‘Migs’ Enriquez. Visit Migs’ Breo Hero page to read his blog posts and view galleries. Read previous interviews with Breo Heroes Sarah Morton HERE and Elaine Abonal HERE.
How long have you been boxing?
I’ve been boxing for 10 years now. I started when I was in high school.
How did you get involved?
I saw Manny Pacquiao fighting Juan Manuel Marquez back in 2005, I think. The fight was epic and got me hooked instantly.