We are a small team of two. That’s right, two of us! From website management, photo shoots, and social media content to products, packaging, customer service, and event management, we do it all! But Tanika and I have so much passion for what we do, we don’t see this as a job; we see it as a flourished passion.

Amber Gwynn

Amber is the CEO of the Non Airbrushed Me Movement and also the all size inclusive fashion label ‘Nyata’.

Amber is also a curve model for BELLA Management and has a number of years of experiences in the modelling industry.

She is also a registered nurse who specialises in mental health nursing, and has worked in a number of different fields including supporting women with eating disorders.

If this is not enough, Amber also lives with Multiple Sclerosis and is a strong advocate for promoting living well with a disability. She understands the absolute importance of having respect and gratitude for our bodies on a deeper level.

Through NAM, Amber is a fierce advocate for supporting women to embrace and love their bodies in their natural and unedited state. She actively promotes raw and real beauty, with a vision to abolishing the use of edited content we see all to often in the media.

Tanika D’Souza

Tanika is our in house go-to for all things Social Media and PR!

Upon moving to Melbourne from Dubai a couple of years ago, Tanika has recently uncovered a deep seated passion for body activism and body positivity. Having written for a number of editorial publications such as Harper’s Bazaar Arabia and Villa 88, alongside receiving a degree in Psychology at the University of Melbourne, Tanika is particularly interested on the impacts of public imagery and advertising on women’s bodies – which ultimately lead her to be a part of the NAM family!

You can keep up with Tanika through our monthly blogs, newsletters and social media posts.

Regrann from @capricious_fitness -  I know a lot of women openly share about how pregnancy has changed their bodies and the struggle of learning to love and accept the body that has changed and grown and focusing on how it produced a miracle. I have been one of them. But I have also had to learn how to love my body even when it fails you and there is no baby. I’ve always loved my body pregnant, I feel powerful and I wear my stretch marks proudly because my body earned every single one of them. I know that looking at my 9 and almost 3 year old daughters. But what happens when your body grows and changes and you have to go through a labour and a postpartum journey with no baby in your arms? I’ve had to learn to forgive my body. I’ve had to learn to love it even when it is hard to. Our bodies do so much for us and I had to focus what could have easily been used as fuel to hate it and transfer it into being thankful that my body was able to heal, survive and somehow still move forward in this life. My body has done amazing things for me, it has endured great amounts of pain and suffering too. I choose to love my body everyday with all its scars, marks, cellulite, loose skin, and everything the world has deemed as less then perfect. I’ve also chosen to love my body even though 3 out of 5 pregnancies ended in loss. I choose to love my body because it’s the only one I will ever have and because even after everything it’s been through it is still strong, full of life and capable of amazing things. That is why I am so passionate about being an ambassador for @nonairbrushedme because our bodies go through so much and deserve all the love and respect we can give them. I hope all the other women who have struggled can find power in loving their bodies even through the hard times. #capricious #learningtolovemyselfagain
#struggle #effyourbeautystandards #nonairbrushedme #selfloveactivist #postpartumbodiesarebeautiful #lovemybelly - #regrann
Regrann from @capricious_fitness - I know a lot of women openly share about how pregnancy has changed their bodies and the struggle of learning to love and accept the body that has changed and grown and focusing on how it produced a miracle. I have been one of them. But I have also had to learn how to love my body even when it fails you and there is no baby. I’ve always loved my body pregnant, I feel powerful and I wear my stretch marks proudly because my body earned every single one of them. I know that looking at my 9 and almost 3 year old daughters. But what happens when your body grows and changes and you have to go through a labour and a postpartum journey with no baby in your arms? I’ve had to learn to forgive my body. I’ve had to learn to love it even when it is hard to. Our bodies do so much for us and I had to focus what could have easily been used as fuel to hate it and transfer it into being thankful that my body was able to heal, survive and somehow still move forward in this life. My body has done amazing things for me, it has endured great amounts of pain and suffering too. I choose to love my body everyday with all its scars, marks, cellulite, loose skin, and everything the world has deemed as less then perfect. I’ve also chosen to love my body even though 3 out of 5 pregnancies ended in loss. I choose to love my body because it’s the only one I will ever have and because even after everything it’s been through it is still strong, full of life and capable of amazing things. That is why I am so passionate about being an ambassador for @nonairbrushedme because our bodies go through so much and deserve all the love and respect we can give them. I hope all the other women who have struggled can find power in loving their bodies even through the hard times. #capricious #learningtolovemyselfagain #struggle #effyourbeautystandards #nonairbrushedme #selfloveactivist #postpartumbodiesarebeautiful #lovemybelly - #regrann