One-on-one with Balance

It’s time to get to know the Maltese Princess and our Head of Digital – Becky Kamsky.

1. How many chin ups can you do? Show us?

Always great to start with an easy question! Do you recall tough mudder? There was one challenge, which involved upper body strength. It ended up with a big bang and one month knee injury. I’ll let you figure out the answer to this question – or you can watch our Tough Mudder Video below! I’m working on it though. Watch out boys! – Stay tuned! ☺

2. How did you celebrate your last birthday?

On a sailing boat, swimming with turtles in the Whitsunday islands with Michael. It was a birthday to remember!

3. First movie you watched at the cinema?

Teenage mutant ninja turtles – must have been in 1989! Michelangelo…Donatello…Raphael …. Oh no! I forgot the rest….

4. What hobbies do you have? Tell us about them.

Travel and photography. My travel bucket list is never ending and I can’t wait for my next adventure. When I think of travel I always think in pictures in what photos I want to capture and who I want to capture. I’m never happier than when I’m on the road and behind the lens. See some of my travels at www.rebekahkamsky.com

5. Last time you cried?

I cry a lot! Just ask Michael! I would say it was probably last Saturday. Yes actually. It WAS last Saturday!

6. Which celebrity do you get mistaken for?

Apparently Jennifer Carpenter from Dexter, when I’m wearing my sunglasses, but I don’t really think I do!

7. Hardest thing I’ve ever done:

Packed up my life, said goodbye to my family and friends and head off to Australia. Indefinitely.

8. If you weren’t in marketing what would you want to do for a job?

I would love to be a travel photographer. What a dream!

9. Biggest crush you have ever had?

Haha hmmm (in the dream world) …. I do recall being ever so obsessed with – Scott Foley.You can see why below! Screenshot 2014-07-01 13.28.25

(in the real world) – probably when I saw Michael, in the queue for the flight we were about to take, for the first time! I had a thing for ‘Aussies!’

10. Youngest childhood memory:

My memory has never been too good, so I don’t remember a particular moment. But when I think of my childhood, I always remember, being picked up by my Grandfather, heading to the beach with my cousins, wind blowing in my face in the car, packet of crisps in my hand and feeling so happy. Every week day in summer for fourteen years, my Grandfather would alleviate our parents of the school holiday stress and would take us to the beach every morning rain, wind or shine. Learning to dive, swimming under water,  playing “comba” (fusball), going on adventures with my cousins on the beach at Exiles, and being around my Nannu… those were the best childhood memories ever. I would do anything to go back for a day.

Just incase you haven’t seen the Tough Mudder video… here it is!