-This page is dedicated to those who have worked with us in the past-

Alex Carter

Alex is an autistic filmmaker and editor from Southampton who, since 2012, has produced videos for organisations such as Ordnance Survey and the University of Winchester, as well as the charities Autism Hampshire and Healthwatch. Continuing from this work to Autek was a natural progression for Alex, who has worked on What’s It Like? since its inception. A selection of video and photography work can be found at Alex’s website





Ex Video Producer

Ex Chairperson

Ex video producer

Ex consultant

Kieran is an actor, director and writer with an MA in Performance Training, at the University of Plymouth.

He is specifically interested in creating performances for disabled actors and hopes to make education and employment a more inclusive place for disabled people, while enabling them to follow their interests and show their skills in creative and interesting ways.

Abbie is a talent agent, writer and producer with cerebral palsy. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion within the film, TV and entertainment industry and creating opportunities for all.

Ele Marr is an artist and writer and editor living in the West Country. A digital artist, she has worked on book covers, poster art and webcomics, as well as running a regular stall for her sculpture and textile art. Her passions for mental health awareness and LGBT representation are represented in her work, and she lives with Cystic Fibrosis, depression, anxiety*, her partner and a whippet.


Her artwork can be found on Instagram @seaflowerinst, and documents her various writing projects/general existence on twitter @errymarr.

Harri is a deaf theatre maker based in York and has been working in the arts since 2012. She is passionate about access, being an advocate for D/deaf and Disabled individuals by taking part in movements and companies such as Freelancers Make Theatre Work, We Shall Not be Removed and Cultural Reset. She is a self-proclaimed proactive busy body, who is eager to create positive change for D/deaf and disabled individuals. Find out more about Harri and her other work via this link:

Disability Confident Committed

Kieran McGarry

Abbie Hills

Ele Marr

Harri Marshall