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Are we doing enough for disabled creatives?

Episode 11 | October 28, 2021

Listen to film editor, Amy Daneels and photographer, Ian Treherne discuss their stories, working with a disability and what their most recent work on the Irwin Mitchell ‘Human Touch’ campaign was like. Joining these two are Irwin Mitchell’s director of marketing & propositions, David Ward and Merkle B2B's executive creative director, Jason Fletcher.

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Episode Details


Film Editor
Executive Creative Director, Merkle B2B

Are we doing enough for disabled creatives? With great progress being made in representation of disability in front of the lens, what are we doing for creatives behind the lens? In this podcast, film editor Amy Daneel and photographer Ian Treherne are asked:

  • How their career started and an introduction of themselves
  • How working with a disability has affected their work
  • What they thought of working on the Irwin Mitchell campaign
  • What they feel the industry needs to do to be more inclusive and how this can be achieved