Grace has had the privilege of working with a multitude of established brands. Some highlights include, Modelling for The New York Times, Presenting for MTV and Lego, representing the charity CoppaFeel! as a BoobNinja, and you may have seen her in the popular Coca-Cola and Matalan Adverts.
Her other projects have involved working with a large number of companies and social campaigns including Disney, American Eagle, Primark, BBC, Huffington Post, Secret Escapes, Fanta, Huawei, Channel 4, Paralympics and Alzheimer's Research to name a few. Alongside her YouTube channel Grace also runs her own Fashion & Lifestyle Blog with a focus on her individual fashion tastes. Grace also has Twitter where you can read her daily musings and an Instagram to see what she’s been up to during the day.
Actor, Blogger, Vlogger, Model, Presenter and one half of the Mandeville Sisters among many other things. Grace didn’t take the stereotypical route towards her career but instead made her own way. From acting on CBBC from the age of 14 to representing international brands and charity campaigns. The majority of her projects and work have stemmed from developing her own social media branding with the aid of her unique and candid style.
Born out of boredom and a need for a creative outlet Grace and her sister established their successful YouTube channel, the Mandeville Sisters in 2014. Their content covers a variety of topics from comedy, lifestyle, vlogging to addressing mental health and social opinions. Due to their honest and distinctive humour, the Mandeville Sisters have amassed an audience of over 112,000 subscribers and Grace Mandeville’s social influence now has a collective follower reach of over 150,000.