Speakers

Amy Oulton

Amy has been a wheelchair user for the past ten years; she has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a rare genetic condition that causes weak tissues, joint dislocation, chronic pain and fatigue. In spite of this, Amy lives an exciting and hugely positive life, travelling the world, working as a graphic designer for a charity and campaigning to change the way society understands disability. Most recently, Amy has published for Buzzfeed on her three-month adventure around South East Asia, writing about, filming, and photo-documenting her experiences in her wheelchair.

This year at TEDxBrighton Amy will address societal perceptions of disability and her vision for change.

The 2018 Speakers

TEDxBrighton returns to the Brighton Dome once again for another day-long celebration of ideas worth spreading. The day will be packed to the seams with inspiring speakers, life-changing stories and…