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Webinar: Casting Disabled Contributors – In conversation with Studio Lambert

Join ThinkBIGGER! and Studio Lambert's Senior Casting Producer, Rebecca Morris in conversation about how the indie casts and works with disabled contributors on one of the most discussed shows of the past year.

We'll cover outreach material, casting calls and reasonable adjustments during filming, and give you an insight into how to get Disabled casting right.

The session, which is supported by the BBC, will be run by Heloise Beaton, ThinkBIGGER!'s Disability Lead.

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You can register for this webinar here.   

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the meeting.

Headshot: Rebecca Morris – a white woman with blue eyes and long, wavy brown/blonde hair.

About Rebecca Morris

After working on two early series of Naked Attraction, Rebecca returned to Studio Lambert full time in 2021 and has since worked across casting and welfare on The Traitors and Squid Game: The Challenge. Before joining Studio Lambert, Rebecca cast various first series, pilots and returning formats. Having started her career in Factual Entertainment her previous credits include Strictly Come Dancing, It Takes Two, Dragons’ Den and Secret Life of 4&5 Year Olds.


Headshot: Heloise Beaton – a white woman with shoulder-length curly blonde/brown hair.

About Heloise Beaton

Heloise has freelanced for a decade as a factual television producer and entered the industry through the Channel 4 production training scheme, run by ThinkBIGGER! She has produced studio TV featuring high profile figures from the Prime Minister to Davina McCall as well as supporting on- and off-screen disabled talent. Heloise is passionate about making sure the industry is accessible for everyone and wants to show they can thrive in their chosen field.

Are you looking to engage with new disabled talent for a job posting? ThinkBIGGER! has consulted on improving disabled access to the industry for ScreenSkills, Bafta and the BFI.