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Fundraiser for HMS Victory - Introducing The 'Face of Nelson'

We had such an amazing time at the HMS Victory fundraising event on April 6th.  We lunched aboard Cunard's Queen Victoria , and were welcomed by a Veuve Clicquot champagne reception.
In March 2012 HMS Victory was gifted to the National Museum of the Royal Navy. Although gratefully received it is in dire need of conservation and repair. With your help this can be done, enabling the preservation of HMS Victory to be shared with the future generations. If you are unable to attend one of their upcoming fundraisering events (click here for info) you can make a donation through their Just Giving Page here

Any questions or comments can be directed to Emma Strong of the National Museum of the Royal Navy 

Photography - Cunard 

The following photographs courtesy of Craig Young and Lorraine Wilkinson 


Meet Andrew de Burgh from Berkshire, England who moved to LA 3 years ago to pursue acting and filmmaking.

Was there a particular reason you chose LA ?
I came with my parents to Orange County in 2006 when my Dad was offered a job out here. I finished two years of high school in the OC, then did my studies at Pepperdine University then decided to make the move to LA after to pursue acting and directing. Los Angeles is the Film and TV capital of the world and there is no better place for me. Traffic definitely gets on my nerves!

What one thing do you miss from home?
I miss taking walks in the English countryside and pretending I'm a Hobbit in the Shire.
What do you find the biggest difference is living here versus England?
It's a completely different world to be honest. The pace of life is probably the biggest difference.

Do you have a hidden gem in LA that you want to share with us?
It's not exactly hidden, but Urth Caffe on Melrose is one of my favorite places. Partly because I lov…