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Interview with The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing actress and advocate Jameela Jamil for ABILITY Magazine. Jameela Jamil is an advocate for social justice, body neutrality, LGBTQ rights, and for a while now, she has also been using her public platforms to speak out about her life with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and many comorbid conditions. In our interview, […]


In conversation with Ian Harding: actor, author, activist

In my role as journalist for ABILITY Magazine and as advocate for the Ehlers-Danlos community, the German organization Chronisch Cool contacted me and connected me to Ian Harding, better known as Ezra Fitz in Pretty Little Liars. Ian is a popular actor, teen choice award winner, author, and passionate advocate for the lupus community.  I […]


Watch ‘We Are Visible’ online ON DEMAND

My documentary film ‘We Are Visible,’ featuring people living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome all across the globe, is now available ON DEMAND. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, most events and film screenings for ‘We Are Visible’ had to be canceled, and nothing really went as planned. But the safety of our community comes first!  Therefore, we decided […]


How to report on disability

Introduction Disability is an abstract concept many non-disabled people cannot fathom. People with disabilities might have a broad spectrum of limitations; they can be any age, gender, and have diverse backgrounds. Their disability can be visible in the shape of a wheelchair, cane, or brace; or it could be invisible – not to be seen […]


A Rare Disease Advisory Council and Ombudsperson for California!

A few weeks ago, I met Jacob Fraker, a legislative aid of Assemblymember Susan Eggman at the California State Capitol. More importantly, Jacob is part of the rare disease community as well. He has been living with the rare genetic condition cystic fibrosis his whole life. His work focusses on health policy, specifically rare disease […]


‘Who Am I To Stop It’ – Disability Film Review

One benefit of being a disabled journalist and filmmaker is the passion every member of the community we serve shows for our cause: the accurate representation of disability in media. And as part of this community, I often have the privilege to connect to other journalists or filmmakers with disabilities.  This time, while working on […]


Press about ’We Are Visible’

Interviews and Podcasts: EDS Awareness Podcast with Dr. Linda Bluestein I had the honor to be interviewed by Dr. Linda Bluestein, an EDS expert for a podcast featured by EDS Awareness. In this interview, we discuss the challenges of making ’We Are Visible’, my personal goals for the next years, and the plan for future […]


We Are Visible – Film Awards, Competitions, and Festivals

‘We Are Visible,’ my first feature-length film about people living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome all across the globe was accepted into smaller film competitions and awards. Look how well my documentary did. Los Angeles Film Awards September 2019 We Are Visible made it into the official selection of the LA Film Awards and was then chosen […]


What people say about ‘We Are Visible’

Writers, Journalists & Disability Advocates This engaging, poignant film captures the triumphs, trials, and truths experienced by several different people living with the same condition. Viewers will come to care about each character and deeply understand the ways in which illness, the public’s ignorance and prejudice, and both internal and external struggles impact those living […]