When barbara hepsworth went viral on the internet she was just a teenage girl, but she’s now a major star in the industry
She was just 16 when she launched a series of social media posts about her new home, a condo at the corner of a street and a street.
She was still a kid.
The photos were playful, the jokes funny, and she was happy to have her new life in the spotlight.
“I was really just trying to express myself and my voice,” said Hepworth, now 29.
“And it just kind of exploded.
I was just so excited.”
In 2009, Hepworth was living in her parents’ house in a small, suburban area of Vancouver when a man drove past her home, yelling at her for being in a different city.
She said the man drove right past her, and the man told her she was too loud and that she shouldn’t be talking about herself in that way.
“It just felt like, you know, like, my whole life was just one big joke,” Hepworth said.
“And so I just said, ‘I don’t care what you guys think about me, but I do care about the people that live in this neighbourhood.'”
She didn’t care about any of that, so she decided to keep it to herself.
In her own words:How the internet has changed the way we communicate with one anotherThe first thing Hepworth did after her first selfie was to set up a GoFundMe page.
The money she raised would help pay for the cost of decorating the house.
She even sent her parents a card that read, “I’m going to the next level, you guys.
Get this going.”
The project got her noticed, and by the time she was 25, Hepford had more than 1.4 million followers on Instagram and YouTube.
Her videos and photographs got shared by other people all over the world.
It was a sensation.
She won several awards, including an Emmy and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Hepworth’s mother.
Hepworth said she didn’t feel she had a voice until after she had her first children, but now she’s had her share of awards and praise from strangers, including the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jay Z.
“For me to be a celebrity is kind of an amazing thing,” she said.
“It’s so surreal.
It’s so, like I think, a part of who I am.”
But the internet didn’t stop there.
After a while, Hepowts social media accounts had thousands of followers.
“At that point, I felt like there were a lot of other people like me out there who were just doing this just for fun and not necessarily to be famous,” she explained.
“People just wanted to share their stories and be in touch with their friends and family.
And I felt a lot more connected to that community and my friends.”
Hepowts new life has allowed her to build a network of people like her.
She’s now part of a global community of artists who are using the internet to connect with each other, and to share information and experiences with one other.
“The internet has really changed the nature of who we are and what we are, so it’s not just about having access to a place to just get in touch,” she added.
“We’re all connected.
There are people in this world who can connect with you, and you can connect back to them.
And it’s really just amazing.”
Hes been a major figure in the internet’s social media community.
When she was younger, she was known as a YouTube star and used her skills to promote her video series, My Life Is a Lot of Laughter.
She now plays a lead role in a new YouTube series called I am Myself, and works as a writer and producer on her own web series.
Her fame has brought her into the limelight in other ways as well.
In 2011, Hepwa said, she became the face of the #WeWork campaign, a campaign to end wage theft in Canada.
She also created a hashtag, #MyLifeIsALotOfLaughter, to highlight the plight of women and girls in the Canadian arts community.
“A lot of the artists in Canada have really embraced this concept,” Hepwins mother said.
The movement, she said, was born of a lot on-the-ground organizing by the Canadian Federation of Artists (CFA), a group that promotes a culture of collaborative work.
“So they are really working with artists to get artists to recognize the importance of making art and getting artists to see the value of doing that, and not just being a salesperson, not just a saleswoman, but really making an impact,” she continued.
“They really are working with them to actually make it more about making art, making the work that makes a difference in the lives of these people. “That’s