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I am available to provide accessibility consultation in relation to Disabled and Deaf audiences.
I primarily work within the film exhibition sector and the wider film industry, but my advice can be applied to any sector or industry.
I can provide workshops, disability awareness training, one-to-one advice sessions. short-term consultancy, and long-term consultancy.
I advise on physical access for venues, access provisions for online and in-person events, accessible marketing formats, inclusive language, accessible social media content, and outreach and engagement.
I provide knowledge and insight into disability representation and accessible screenings for Deaf and hard of hearing audiences, as well as blind and partially sighted audiences.
I am an access consultant at Matchbox Cine, an independent film exhibitor and an award-winning subtitler, specialising in access provision for film exhibition & distribution. You can contact me at email@example.com
As part of Matchbox Cine’s access consultancy services, I am currently working as an Access & Inclusion Manager at Birds Eye View and an Access Consultant for this year’s Take One Action! Film Festival.
As a freelancer, I have worked with BFI Film Audience Network, BFI Film Academy, Bohemia Media, Birds Eye View, Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, Belmont Filmhouse, Edinburgh Filmhouse, Eastleigh Film Festival, Film Access Scotland, Film Hub Scotland, Film Hub South West, Film Hub Wales, Havana Glasgow Film Festival, HippFest, Inclusive Cinema, LEAP Sports Scotland, Matchbox Cine, Sundance Film Festival London 2021/2022, Scalarama Scotland, Scottish Queer International Film Festival (SQIFF), Take One Action! Film Festivals, Women X Festival, and others, by either providing access advice, leading access workshops, acting as an access producer/consultant, lending my knowledge on disability representation, or sharing my experiences as a deafblind moviegoer.