Changemyface is run by Auriole Prince BA MMAA RMIP who trained as a Forensic Artist with the Missing People Charity. CMF offers many imaging services including age progression for children or adults, obesity and weight loss imaging and alcohol imaging software for children (recently used in schools).
Auriole’s previous work has been used on many TV programmes including 10 Years Younger, Embarrassing Bodies, Jo Frost’s Extreme Parental Guidance, Gok Wan’s Teens and Crimewatch. Auriole has contributed to numerous magazines including Expert Beauty, Marie Claire, She Magazine as well as the Independent, The Sun and The Daily Mail. She has worked on many high profile PR campaigns for the NHS, Cancer Research, Change4Life and the Scottish Government.
Auriole now works alongside Rancon Ltd. producing specialised ageing software such as Drinking Time Machine, to show the effects of alcohol, smoking, overeating and tanning.
Auriole has trained with the FBI Academy in Quantico, the British Police and serves on the Council of the ‘Medical Artists’ Association of Great Britain’ (www.maa.org.uk) Her training includes:
Facial Imaging, FBI Training Academy, Quantico
Facial Identification, ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers)
Medical Art Postgraduate Course, Medical Artists’ Association of Great Britain Artists’ Association
Age Progression Imaging NCMEC, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Washington
Illustration & Photography, Kent Institute of Art & Design (1st Class Hons)