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Jordan Mossom Photography

Jordan Mossom is a photographer based in West Cumbria. He has just completed his final year of a photography degree at the University of Cumbria, where he plans to build on the experience to be employed as a photojournalist or to become a self-employed freelance photographer. Jordan specialises in documentary/photojournalism, transport and landscape photography, but has the skills to venture into other areas as and when needed. He has created several documentary projects ranging from looking at his own life with a severe disability and accessibility to people who work on the railways and much more.

 Supermann on da beat

Sanjeev Mann produces a unique blend of rock and hip-hop beats under the name Supermann on da beat. He began creating beats during 2020 and now produces beats for a number of up and coming artists. His first instrumental EP Kryptonite was released on 26/03/21.

Chloe Timms - Author

Chloe Timms is a writer from the Kent coast. After a career in teaching, Chloe studied for an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Kent and won a scholarship for the Faber Academy where she completed their six-month novel writing course. Chloe is passionate about disability rights, having been diagnosed with the condition Spinal Muscular Atrophy at 18 months old, and has campaigned on a number of crucial issues. The Seawomen is her first novel.

CRIPtic Arts

CRIPtic Arts is a support, development, and showcasing organisation for deaf and disabled people in the arts, led by Jamie Hale (Director/Theatremaker of the Year – Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund 2021). From our award-winning Barbican Pit Party to development programmes, online events, workshops, research, and 1:1 sessions, we aim to create opportunities for deaf and disabled people to access the arts in new ways. We work with institutions, organisations, companies, venues, and individuals to explore the barriers deaf and disabled artists face, and explore how the industry can be made more accessible. Visit our site to see more of what we currently have on!

Alex James

Alex James, a Duchenne fronted alternative rock band from the North East are challenging ableism in the music industry and continuing to defy the odds The recent success of their singles ‘Direction’ and ‘I Said That You Looked Fine‘ have shown that this band has a promising future in the music scene

Miss Jacqui

Jacqui is from London, was born with SMA and who knows a great deal about working with the cards that you are dealt. Miss Jacqui is a national and international Poet, Songwriter, Performer, and Artist. She is someone who always tries to challenge societal perceptions, like what it actually means to be a black woman with a disability. She has performed at 2012 Paralympic Team Welcoming Ceremonies, Southbank Centre, Roundhouse, Barbican just to name a few. A wheelchair user herself, Miss Jacqui wants her poetry and music to help her listeners to see the world differently, and to inspire others to feel confident in being themselves.