I'm Beckii. Right now, I create videos about topics I'm passionate about.
I post on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. I live in London, United Kingdom, but I'm from the Isle of Man.
I've been making videos since 2007. At the age of 13, I went viral in Japan, which lead to a career as an idol in my early teens, and a documentary on the BBC.
In 2017, I spoke in the House of Lords to give evidence for an inquiry into influencer marketing. I also was made NHK World's Kawaii Leader, helping to promote Japanese fashion worldwide.
I've walked in Tokyo Girls Collection fashion show, and have attended Cannes Film Festival to promote Japanese film.
I try and incorporate my style influences into my videos as best as I can. I edit and film everything myself unless otherwise noted.
You can watch my latest video above.
BLADE RUNNER LOOKBOOK
Shot in the YouTube Space London, in collaboration with Blade Runner 2049, I styled, starred in, and edited this look book based on the original Blade Runner film by Ridley Scott. I wanted to draw in the styles which stood out to me the most - the neo-40's glamour of Rachel, complete with power shoulders, animalistic furs and prints, and rolled hair - and the spiked, urchin-like quirks of Pris, with harlequin makeup to complete.
Do androids dream of electric sheep?
IT'S HARD BEING A GIRL ONLINE
Having created content online for over a decade, and spending all of my formative years very much locked into the digital, I feel that my experience growing up has been somewhat different to the norm. With its highs and lows in all their forms, one fascinating element has been the variety of approaches I have received from strangers over the years. Take a peek into my inbox, and see the internet from my perspective.
Can I buy your socks?
As much as I try to have a glowing social media presence which is glamorous and on-point at all times, the unfortunate brain-to-tweet funnel that Twitter has facilitated means that too much of my personality is now out there and i am no longer cool. please enjoy !!!!!!
other day i saw a £14,000 silver cutlery dining set.. like wow .. miss Queen Victoria really did that
every day I don't see a sunbeam is a bad day