Multi-disciplinary content creator exploring the representation of disability and chronic illness within fashion, in a practice spanning; research, content creation, copy-writing, strategy and marketing. Focusing on fusing the fashion industry with the disabled community and improving accessibility. Building environments and spaces where collaboration, community and education can flourish. It is based upon my personal experience of chronic illness and the need for better public awareness of invisible disabilities.
Achievements & Experience
• Currently working as an assistant for Able Zine, “Able Zine seeks to increase representation for disabled and chronically ill creatives, young people and communities, both online and IRL.” My responsibilities include social media content and researching. June 2020 - Now
• Both Student Representative for Fashion Communication and Diversity and Inclusivity Representative for my department during my final year. September 2019-2020
• UWE Fashion Degree Show June 2019 – Assisting in filming and documenting the fashion graduate degree show. Creating content for the university and social media distribution and working as part of a live fashion event.