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Having worked in media for nearly six years, I now offer consultancy services, in a bid to improve industry neurodiversity.

I can discuss the following areas. Of course, get in touch if you'd like me to cover something else.

  • My experience of working in TV and media

  • Being an assistant producer on award-winning BBC series Inside Our Autistic Minds (watch on BBC iPlayer)

  • Making into the media being neurodivergent and how to grow your career

  • Media representation of neurodiversity

  • Accessibility and reasonable adjustments in the media

  • Reaching neurodivergent talent and recruitment processes

  • Working day-to-day with neurodivergent talent

  • Perspectives from the Neurodiverse Media Community

Read more about neurodiversity and my thoughts on the media industry by clicking here.

Who I've worked with so far

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What presentation suits you?

  • Neurodiversity: the basics (staff / managers)

This training helps anyone in TV get to grips with neurodiversity. What is it? What’s the best language to use should I meet someone? What processes and documentation can put be in place to help neurodivergent colleagues? Covering learnings of the award-winning Inside Our Autistic Minds series, reasonable adjustments and more, this presentation is good for anyone new to the subject and keen to get started.

  • Creating a neuro-inclusive environment: Tools, strategies and inclusive practices (staff / managers)

This training explores nifty tricks andto make life in the workplace easier, whether you are neurodivergent or not. In this fun but enlightening interactive workshop, you’ll learn more about yourself and your fellow colleagues. This presentation is good for anyone looking to learn more about how they work and general accessibility / adjustments in the workplace.

  • Responsible reporting / portrayals of neurodiversity (producers / journalists / students)

This training helps you refine your on-air approach to neurodiversity. With more contributors identified as neurodivergent every single day, this session explores how to sensitively explore their stories and mindset in journalism and programming. With insight from award-winning series Inside Our Autistic Minds, this session looks at language and how you can provide realistic, positive representation while also exploring the hardships. This session is perfect for people working in editorial roles.

Fancy a bit of everything or want to know the cost? Click here to get in touch.

Here's some of what you can expect...

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You can see what I've been up to most recently here but the below showcases my work before becoming a neurodiversity consultant in late 2022.

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PACT Neurodiversity article
In November 2022, I wrote on PACT's website about the cultural and commercial importance of hiring minds that think differently.

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Neurodiversity Breakfast with IMG Studios
In September 2022, I spoke to staff at sports production company IMG Studios about being autistic and how we can improve.

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PACT/thinkBIGGER! panel with Steve Brown
In September 2022, I joined Steve Brown on a panel discussing disability in TV as part of National Inclusion Week.

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Appearance at The Autism Show
In June 2022, I spoke at The Autism Show in Manchester, reflecting on my experiences in TV and on Chris Packham's Inside Our Autistic Minds.

Interview with SIGN for Industry Voices
In January 2021, I was interviewed as part of research conducted by the Screen Industries Growth Network.


The Neurodiverse Media Community
In August 2020, I set up the Neurodiverse Media Community, a private group on Facebook. It is still growing in members.


BBC Diversi-tea Staff Stories event
In February 2020, I addressed colleagues at the BBC at MediaCityUK and described how a diagnosis 'changed my life'.


Workshops with neurodiverse charity
In October 2020, I teamed up with Starling, who provide inclusive creative workshops for socially isolated young people.


Interview with the National Autistic Society
In June 2020, I spoke to the UK's leading autism charity about the importance of the representation in the media.

Full Nations and Regions Conference speech
In 2018, I spoke at a media conference in Salford encouraging the industry not to just 'paint stereotypes', but to 'draw a rainbow of life'.

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