Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Here are a list of biographies that can be used for any of the work that Dominick is doing.

50 words – Bio
Dominick Evans is a director/writer, activist, and speaker with a BFA in Film. He fights for inclusion in media, sex education, marriage equality, and reproductive rights. Dominick founded #FilmDis, a Twitter chat about Disability in media. He works with corporations to make them more inclusive of all disabled people.

100 words – Bio
Dominick Evans is a trans queer crip director/writer, activist, dad, and nerd. He has a BFA in Film. Dominick’s work delves into inclusion in media, sex education for Disabled/LGBTQIA youth, marriage equality for Disabled people, institutional bias, and LGBTQIA/Disabled reproductive rights. In 2014, he founded #FilmDis, a Twitter chat about Disability in media.

Dominick is a prolific public speaker who has spoken at places around the world. He does social media and helps businesses become more inclusive of all disabled people. Dominick is also a part of the ADAPT media team, and on the board of Not Dead Yet.

150 words – Bio
Dominick Evans is a nb trans quip (queer crip) filmmaker, writer, gamer, activist, dad, and nerd. He has a BFA in Film, and also studied political science. Dominick’s work focuses on inclusion of Disability in all forms of media. In 2014, he founded #FilmDis, a Twitter chat about Disability in media. At the White House, he mentored aspiring disabled media professionals.

Dominick’s activism work has expanded into sex education for Disabled and LGBTQIA youth, marriage equality for Disabled people, institutional bias, and LGBTQIA/Disabled reproductive rights.

Dominick is a prolific public speaker who has spoken at or on panels around the world including at New York Comic Con and in Australia. He helps businesses with social media and to become more inclusive of all disabled people. Dominick is also a part of the ADAPT media team, and serves on the board of the grassroots Disability rights organization, Not Dead Yet.

200 words – Bio
Dominick Evans is a nb trans quip (queer crip) filmmaker, writer, gamer, activist, dad, and nerd. He has a BFA in Film, and he also studied political science. Dominick directed the short films trip (2014) and Nance + Sydney (2018), and he has both a short film and a feature film in development. His films revolve around characters that you might not usually see in film – especially LGBTQIA and Disabled characters.

Dominick’s work primarily focuses on inclusion of Disability in the media. In 2014, he founded #FilmDis, a Twitter chat about Disability in the media. He also has mentored aspiring media professionals with disabilities at the White House. Beyond media, Dominick’s activism work has expanded into sex education for Disabled/LGBTQIA youth, marriage equality for Disabled people, institutional bias, and LGBTQIA/Disabled reproductive rights.

Dominick is a prolific public speaker who has spoken or been on panels at places around the world including New York Comic Con and in Australia. He helps businesses with social media and to become more inclusive of all disabled people. Not busy enough, Dominick is a part of the ADAPT media team, and serves on the board of the grassroots Disability rights organization, Not Dead Yet.

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[Image Description: Dominick a masculine appearing person with green eyes and brown spiked short hair gives a small smile. He is wearing gold wire rim glasses, and has some stubble and hair along his cheek line. This headshot shows from his mid chest area upward. He is wearing a blue, black, and gray Argyle long-sleeve shirt. He sits in his wheelchair, and his black headrest wraps around the back of his head. The background is blurred, but you can tell there is grass behind him and he is outside.]