• FOX FISHER

    Film-maker, Trans Campaigner and Artist

FOX FISHER

Film-maker, Trans Campaigner and Artist

Life after My Transsexual Summer (Ch4). Co-founder of My Genderation / Lucky Tooth Films. Advisor to All About Trans. Patron for LGBT Switchboard. Co-creator of Trans Pride Brighton. Co-founder of Trans Acting course.

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Trans Life

After taking part in My Transsexual Summer in 2011, I was thrust into the public eye and immediately started panel chats, talks and workshops on trans issues. I was invited to speak at TEDx in Brighton…

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Film

After taking part in C4’s My Transsexual Summer in 2011, I co-created the My Genderation project, making 60+ short films, endorsed by the BBC, C4 and NHS (Choices & E-Learning)…

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Acting

Actings and presenting is something I have been enjoying since 2011, when I first took part in My Transsexual Summer and quickly got over any issues with having a camera in my face! …

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Writing

Current projects include working on a Trans Survival Guide with my partner Owl, to be published in 2018. My kid’s book, which I co-wrote with Sarah Savage, is called Are You A Girl, Or Are You A Boy …

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Screen Printing

I have been screen printing for the past 10 years, through Ink Spot Press, where I also teach short courses. My current obsessions are printing onto wood, in neons, gold and glow in the dark secret layers…

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Illustration and Design

With an MA in Sequential Design & Illustration, I have created many gig posters, books, stickers and other printed materials as well as more indulgent graphic novels…

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Latest News
Trans People and their Junk

We'd love for all trans people following us to take a part in a short survey that we just put…

My Genderation: Awards and Laurels

2017 was a really good year for My Genderation and the films we make about trans people. Our films have…

Comedy Sketch on BBC3 About Being Non Binary

We recently created a comedy sketch for BBC3 about being non binary and some of the misconceptions people have about…