To have self-confidence is not easy for everyone, let alone when you are different. of the disabled models, aged two to 54, posed for the photo project "Limb Difference Awareness". Led by the British Model Agency Zebedee Management, this beautiful shooting praises the confidence in his own body and theself-acceptance. All models have the same difference: some are born with a missing limb, others have been amputated.
Whether their difference is congenital or not (cancer, meningitis, diabetes, accident, ex-veteran), these models simply want to be able to stand up, with or without their prosthesis. Today, positive representation is important in arts, the fashion where the media. Yet disabled models can easily count the number of times they have been represented. These photographs celebrate theself love and acceptance of their own difference.
Two months ago, Zedebee Management carried out another photo project with models of Down Syndrome, on the occasion of World AIDS Day. Trisomy 21. Did you know that there is 8 million people with Down Syndrome and 30 million people amputated in the world ? In France, there are approximately 50,000 people affected by Down syndrome and 40,000 amputees. And you, would you be able to participate in a shoot to expose your difference to the world?
Monty, Ashley, Daniel, Marleen, Mollie and Grace
Chantelle, Jamie, Mark, Dan, Nancy, Andrew
Kelsey, Kiryn, Daisy and Neisha
George, Oakley and Albie
Imagined by: Zebedee Management