Stuff.co.nz | Podcast Production

We partnered with Stuff, one of New Zealand's largest news media platforms to produce the What's Wrong With You? Podcast. Including lining up guests, co-ordinating sponsorship with EveryHuman and ensuring framing of the podcast aligns with Disability Rights. The podcast was presented by two AIFA talent, Olivia Shivas & Rebecca Dubber.

THE ICONIC | This Is Me: Adaptive Edit

We partnered with THE ICONIC throughout the launch of their adaptive edit. Particuarly, we consulted on language, positioning, casting and communication with consumers all through a disability rights lens.

In bringing the edit to life, THE ICONIC worked closely with leading global accessibility consultancy All Is For All to make sure that the new, inclusive category was created with a considered approach and informed by lived experiences. “This new edit is an important step forward in the journey to uplift the disabled experience,” says Grace Stratton, Director of All Is For All. - Popsugar AU

Global Brands Group | Juniper Unlimited

Global Brands Group is one of the world’s leading branded fashion accessories, footwear, and apparel companies. We co-led, alongside New Zealand film-makers Pictvre and global accessibility advocate Sinead Burke - the conceptualisation, development, casting and delivery of a motion and stills campaign for their newest brand Juniper Unlimited.

Co-Directors: Pictvre | Cinematographer: Joseph Griffen | Camera B: William Sangster & Tak Soropa | Producer: Kristian Eek | Photographer: Synthia Bahati | Stylist: Sammy Salsa | Art Department: Nicky Verdon

Meaningful Mahi | Curative/Te Pou

Meaningful Mahi is a campaign by Curative for Te Pou to show people that Support Work is an amazing career option and introduce new conversations about Support Work. We are proud to have casted the talent for this campaign.

See more: meaningfulmahi.co.nz

EveryHuman Australia | Life Changing Adaptive Clothing

EveryHuman is based in Sydney Australia. We co-ordinated, produced and casted a stills shoot for their website. The stills showcased adaptive brands including Billy Footwear & Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive.

Photographers: Karen Inderbitzen-Waller & Delphine Avril Planqueel | Stylist: Angela Bevan & Rebecca Dubber | Make-Up & Hair: Virginia Carde & Lara Daly | Art Direction: Connor-Cahill Fahey & SpaceWalk Agency (Melbourne)

Brolly Sheets Group

We worked with Brolly Sheets Group on the development of a photoshoot - which we end to end delivered - as well as a social, communications strategy and will be managing their ads and content creation for some disability based projects moving forward.

Me. | Period Products

Me. Is a period product brand launched in 2020. We worked with the Me. team to include a disabled woman, Mamie Rose, in their launch campaign the Me. Collective. We now work with Me. on a consistent basis to ensure their product range is accessible.

AUT | University Partnership

AUT is partnered with us on our content arm and blog, which created over 40 jobs for writers and upwards of 20 jobs for artists all of whom are disabled.

Estee Lauder | New Zealand

Since the beginning of All is for All we have worked with ELC New Zealand. We initially worked with them to make their events and send outs more accessible, we then worked as a consultant to help them understand accessibility and we continue to work with them on events and activations.

MONDAY Haircare | Accessible Luxury Haircare

MONDAY haircare is a haircare brand launched in 2020. We worked with the MONDAY team to include a disabled woman, Chelsea Pita, in a stills campaign for the brand. We also worked with them on a series of content creation, that was accessible. Including a Tik-Tok with over 64k views. We're proud to continually work with MONDAY.

New Zealand Fashion Week

We worked with New Zealand Fashion Week to make the legendary celebration more accessible. As part of this we cast six disabled models in New Zealand Fashion Week shows. Including Zambesi, Resene Designer Runway & more.

The Warehouse Group | The Market, Noel Leeming & The Warehouse

The Market is an online market place. We worked with them on a series of content creation including Instagram posts and blogs to bring accessible messaging to the platform. Additionally we worked with Noel Leeming and The Warehouse on a series of education workshops led by people with lived experience of Disability and expertise.

Melbourne Fashion Week | Digital Programme

Melbourne Fashion Week transitioned to a digital programme in response to COVID-19. We helped produce and style an accessible show for the digital presentation, including creating a digital transcript of the event and Rebecca Dubber, consulting to ensure the outfits were fully accessible.

Colenso Pilot Partnership

Under the leadership of Angela Watson, we are working with Colenso across their teams on a Pilot partnership to bring a disability lens to this leading agencies work.

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We also proudly work with New Zealand designers to help them be more accessible. Thank you to ZAMBESI, Kate Sylvester, Twenty Seven Names, Ingrid Starnes, RUBY, Penny Sage, Working Style, Stolen Girlfriends Club, Hej Hej, Nisa, General Sleep, Wynn Hamlyn, Kowtow, Levis, Mina and more for believing in us. And to this whole industry which we are so proud to support.

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