Meet the Flockers: Heather Stritch

March 12, 2021

Our Meet The Flockers series gives us a chance to show the humans behind Stephenson Law. We stop, take a moment, and spend some time on the sillier side of life.

From favourite films, to superpowers we wish we had, this series sheds a light on what makes our flock tick.

Introducing Heather Stritch, Communications Manager, techno enthusiast, and avid traveller! Take it away Heather…

What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done, and why did you do it?

I’ll be honest and say I don’t think I’ve done a lot of scary things in life: I’m adventurous, but risk-averse. But I have a real thing for independence, which pushed me to move to Bristol on my own and try figure out life here. Most recently, pre-covid times, I went to South Korea and travelled about on my own for a few days, mainly to put myself out of my comfort zone. It’s lame, but conquering the subway there despite not speaking Korean gave me a rush I think I still ride now. It’s the little things!

Do you hit the snooze button or wake up immediately?

Snooze button all the way. I’m a complete night owl. The clock hits midnight and all of a sudden my brain comes alive. It was great in University, when time was basically a construct, but in work it means I… might… have… five alarms set every morning. Be grateful you don’t share a room with me!

What's the weirdest thing you do when you're alone?

A new thing has popped up in lockdown, where I talk to myself, especially when working. I’ll catch myself getting a bit of brain fog mid day, and start asking myself, “Right! What’s next? What are we doing?” It may also come with a spot of dancing, spurned by the midday techno. Whatever works.

What was the first thing you wanted to be when you grew up?

Esmeralda from the Hunchback of Notre Dame. I had the dolls, the cassette, and the head to toe outfit. There’s a whole collection of photos from when I was 5 and thought growing up to be an animated character was a reasonable desire.

Who do you most admire?

It’s cheesy, and I should be picking someone like Amal Clooney, but, my sister. As a kid I thought she was the most badass, intelligent, and talented person I knew… and when I grew up that didn’t really subside. She’s cool, she’s funny, she’s got brains to burn... she's the bizz.

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