Delia-René's writing journey began when she created her sex & relationship blog in November 2008 on Facebook, during an era when blogging was still a new concept, her blogging style is informative yet entertaining, honest and speaks about her experiences of being a black woman growing up within London it quickly grew in popularity locally and internationally with her readers voting for Delia-Rene's blog reaching the finals of the 2016 UK Blog Awards in the 'Dating' category.

The popularity of her lifestyle blog lead to multiple opportunities for Delia-René and introduced her into the world of theatre, with her professionally trained background in Performing Arts, she began her journey on writing. Her work includes co-writing the multi-award nominated romantic comedy web series "Venus vs Mars" recipient of two Screen Nation Awards for "Best Web Series" and "Best Actress". Venus vs Mars acquired over 1 million views on YouTube and featured in numerous publications including The Evening Standard, The Guardian, Raindance, and The British Blacklist to name a few. Due to its popularity the web-series was picked up by Sky Living HD and made it's debut on the channel in 2015. 

Delia-René then continued, by writing and directing her first theatre production "Ex-periences" which was a fusion of her most popular blogs and real life which followed four black women on their journey of self-love and finding love. Ex-periences debuted at the Lost Theatre with two sold-out dates in summer 2016.

Delia-René is a lover of God, music, wine & rum, Netflix, ANYTHING  AVA DUVERNAY  AND ISSA RAE RELATED, and an avid love of sports especially UFC. 

Delia-René has decided to embark on her writing full-time and has begun freelancing, documenting her journey on her blog and social media platforms including her weekly Instagram Live show.

She is represented at Independent Talent and currently in development with Sky One.

Delia-René acknowledges that her rage and real life is her comedy, and working towards having her own production company where she can not only produce her own TV, film, theatre, and music productions but also reinvest in the youth and work with others in the same field.

She is often asked to speak at numerous panels and events across the country including the Women of the Lens Festival, One Pilot TV Festival & giving speeches regarding blogging, writing and inspiring others.   

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