disAbled Models – The Documentary goes live!

The campaigning group Models of Diversity have just released a video on the subject of getting more disabled people into the modelling industry. Featuring up and coming new faces like Jack Eyers and Shaholly Ayers as well as established disabled models like Kelly Knox, plus some ramblings from little old me, the film really proves that disabled people can be beautiful too. It highlights the issue of how invisible disabled people are both in the fashion and advertising worlds and why it is so important that they strive to be more representative. Director Adam Finch covers the topic really well and with a style that suits the fashion industry to the ground.

Something I’m rather proud of is that I provided all of the music for the film. So if you need a theme tune or soundtrack for your project please get in touch. These tracks are rather dance orientated but I can do pretty much what you need. Plug, plug.

So take a look and see that soon disability will be the next big thing. Darling.

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New on YouTube!

I have just uploaded a new video interview with disabled model Kelly Knox. There will also be a written piece to accompany it on the Disability Now Online website soon.

Kelly won the BBC UK’s Missing Top Model competition and has gone on to to become one of the rising stars of the fashion world.  I met with her as Debenhams launched their new campaign that features Kelly and another disabled model, Stefanie Reid.

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