As a woman of colour from a working-class family, I always felt like a unicorn in the creative industry.
So it came as no surprise to see that the UK Government's All-Party Parliamentary Group for Creative Diversity found that certain sections of society are currently under-represented in this industry.
Women. People of colour. People living with disabilities. People from working-class backgrounds.
I launched Studio PI to redress this balance. It exists to champion those individuals whose voices are not heard enough and whose talent is not seen enough.
It's a creative space that promotes equality, celebrates diversity and provides our nation with balanced visual content that is a true reflection of the society we live in.
Studio PI is my small contribution to help our creative industry embrace a better and more diverse future.
But this is a problem that belongs to all of us, and one that we should collectively help to resolve.
So I hope you will also support our talented artists, hear their voices, and discover their great work.
Founder & Managing Director, Studio PI