I relocated to London several years ago after spending most of my twenties living and working in various continents. My corporate industry left me drained and unfulfilled, and I made the decision to pursue something more rewarding; in a nutshell that is what led me to become Sadie. To be honest, the main draw was the freedom that the removal of financial constraints afforded me. The ability to pursue any endeavor I wish, and still keep some space to live and breathe felt feels invaluable. However it is what I found beyond this that made me decide to stay.
I have always felt it difficult to sum up my identity or 'brand', and I still struggle to nail it down concisely for succint marketing purposes. Besides being a very private person and struggling with the hyper-visibility which comes with the promotional aspect of this industry, I also feel uneasy about building expectations of my character as some inevitably superficial archetype. Not to say that I take myself so seriously I feel I defy definition, I just request that you remember despite the professional nature of the relationship offered, there is a fully fleshed human writing these words, and that means complexity, depth, and at times, contradiction.
I've found as I have grown into a woman, my sense of ease with who I am grew inversely proportional to my concern about being liked, however I am a kind soul, with a playful sense of humour. Independent by nature, but people are incredibly important to me, and not much gives more meaning to my life than the relationships with those I hold dear.
Those close to me describe me as empathetic, thoughtful and curious. An open minded and a critical thinker, I adore stimulating conversation, new experiences; and learning about people, life and the world we live in, revelling in its glorious complexity. Frequently a non-conformist, I was always keen to live life on my own terms, I want to explore and experience all that life could offer me and refuse to be constrained by the puritanical, repressive norms and values imposed on women (and men!) by a close-minded, sexually repressed society. I have never bought into the narrative that sexuality is in anyway shameful or degrading, and loathe the denial that is frequently cast upon my sexual agency.
However, whatever I may get up to behind closed doors, I am a deeply private person and discretion is extremely important to me. I am very careful regarding whom I spend time with and it is of the utmost importance to me that my clients mirror this desire in their own lives.