accessibility and Inclusion in photography sessions
My aim for photography sessions is that everyone feels welcome, included and safe.
- First Nations people are welcome. I recognise the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners of the lands on which I live and work, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.
- People of colour, and people of all cultures and faiths, are welcome.
- People of all genders are welcome.
- Members of the LGBTQIA+ community are welcome.
- People with disabilities are welcome, and I commit to working with people with disabilities to accommodate access needs.
- People of all sizes are welcome. I’m committed to promoting body positivity and diversity.
- People of any age are welcome. I celebrate life at all stages.
- Neurodiverse people are welcome. I’m sensitive and attentive to people’s varying needs.
- Families of all kinds are welcome. A large group of multiple generations with several children and grandchildren is a family, and a couple with no children is absolutely one too. A group of friends can be a family, and so can a single person – alone or with their children or pets.*
Diversity and Inclusion
It’s my intention to promote diversity and inclusion in my public images. As a white, middle-class, heterosexual and cis-gendered woman, I’m aware of my undeserved privilege and hope that I don’t take it for granted. But of course I’m still learning. If you have any feedback in regard to accessibility and inclusion, I’m happy to hear it.
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*I will happily do sessions with families large or small – but please note larger groups of extended families will be priced differently due to the additional time required. Full pricing details are here.