Vicki Psarias

The multihyphenate Vicki Psarias is a mum, wife, filmmaker, blogger, author and self-described Mumboss of the growing Honest Mum media enterprise. The Leeds-based entrepreneur started her blog in 2010 to reclaim her voice following a traumatic birth. Vicki has since steered the parenting blog into becoming one of UK’s most prominent sites for parenting tips and lifestyle guide. The Honest Mum blog is regularly visited by an average of 8 million parents a month. It is also ranked the #1 parenting blog in the UK by Vuelio.

Where can I watch Vicki Psarias films?

Vicki Psarias films are available to watch on BBC iPlayer. If you are not in the UK, check the following links to access the iPlayer from in another location:

Vicki is also a published author for bestselling book Mumboss, also known as The Working Mom in the US and Canada. In the book, she dishes out how to survive and thrive at work and at home, gleaned from her years of maintaining a very successful career running Honest Mum while being a full-time mum.

The mum of three is also a prolific filmmaker and screenwriter, having directed two short films, Broken and Rifts, as well as a slew of TV documentaries, music videos and commercials. She is currently deep in development of a feature film and an animated film. A perennial storyteller, Vicki has published a children’s book based on her own animation screenplay. She also serves as a regular parenting article contributor to Bored Panda, and has appeared on broadcast with BBC World News, BBC Breakfast, ITV’s This Morning, Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, Channel 5 News, Sky News, and BBC Radio 5 Live.

Prior to starting Honest Mum, Vicki was a multi award winning TV and film director. In 2007, she won Channel 4 Talent Award for Best Filmmaker and The Square Mile Magazine Worldspreads 30 Under 30 London Talent Awards. In 2008, she was named One to Watch by FilmScope Magazine. Her MA graduation short, Rifts, won awards in festivals across the world, including the European Commissioned Euromedcafe International Short Film Competition. The 2004 film revolves around the rivalry between two London kebab owners; one Greek, one Turkish. As their price war comes to a head, one of them is forced to save the other’s life, leading them to realize the futility of their rift.

Vicki’s follow up film, Broken, was released in 2007. Likewise a well received film, the 1968-set film tells the story of a 14-year-old girl who visits her father in London after four years apart, only to discover he’s been having an affair. Infuriated, she then devises a plan to stop his philandering ways, to devastating consequences.

Vicki’s work often deals with themes of family and loyalty. Though Vicki’s work has since taken a more family-friendly route, she retains her indelible eye for unique stories and down-to-earth flair.

Vicki lives with her husband Peter and their three kids, Oliver, Alexander, and Florence in Yorkshire, England. The family makes frequent appearances with her on TV and online.