Spice Girl relaxes
Spice Girl Mel B relaxes using
the MindLab while on the film
set for one of their films Tony Mortimer, formerly with top
chart band East 17, tries the MindLab
LifeTools customer Ray Burmiston based in London is a professional photographer, working specifically within the pop industry. Ray works with Boyzone, Kylie Minogue, West-Life, Robbie Williams, All Saints, Westlife and Oasis among others. He has also been the official photographer for the Spice Girls for a six month period, and similarly for East 17.
-I was on a film shoot with the Spice Girls and I had my MindLab in my shoulder bag as I’d brought it along to show it to Mel B. During a break in the shooting I showed it to her and she asked if she could try it on, though her mum who was there was a bit wary.
-Mel B said something like, ‘It’s great. the visuals are really good. It’s quite calming.’ She loved it and said she was going to get one. the photo I took of her trying the MindLab was used, along with many of my others of the band, in the book Girl Power: the Official Spice Girls Book, and was one of the cards in a set of 100 cards you could collect of the band.
-Tony Mortimer, the main song writer in East 17, was really into the MindLab too