My Guest Contributions & Mentions

As well as people kindly sharing links to my posts and videos in general, I’ve also been extremely fortunate to receive mentions in, and make contributions to, other people’s content. This post contains a list of all such appearances that I’m aware of. I’ve also created a contributions playlist of Youtube videos I’ve been featured or mentioned in.

Thank you so much to everyone who has mentioned, featured, or collaborated with me so far. It’s very flattering and a great privilege! And do tell me if I’ve been mentioned or featured somewhere that isn’t listed here, as I’d love to thank them and post a link back.

If you’d like to arrange a guest post or collaboration, you’re very welcome to send me ideas and I’ll consider them, if they’re relevant to the type of content I post here (visual impairment, general disability topics, London activities, technology and entertainment). You can email me at, or message me on Facebook or Twitter. I look forward to hearing from you! 🙂

Aniridia Network

Glen and James smiling and wearing white Aniridia Network t-shirts, while sitting in front of a laptop computer on which there is a presentation slide from a live webinar they're watching.

I do a bit of online volunteer work for this charity, assisting with promotional communications and social media, as time allows. I’ve also mentioned them in various posts in this blog.

East London Vision

Me with Carol from Metro Blind Sport and Nicola from East London Vision on Tower Bridge.
Me with Carol from Metro Blind Sport and Nicola from East London Vision on Tower Bridge. Photo credit: East London Vision

I joined East London Vision shortly after moving to London and have taken part in many social events with them since.


Another shot of Emily and Glen sitting next to each other on the grass in the shade
Image Credit: Emily Davison

Emily is a great friend and very supportive of my blogging. So in return I’ve helped to caption her videos, earning me the nickname Captain Caption! As well as many kind shoutouts on Facebook and Twitter, I’ve also been mentioned or featured in the following posts:

Nystagmus Network

Me speaking in front of a large group of people, wearing a white shirt with dark tie and trousers.

Nystagmus is my other sight condition, so naturally I’ve been getting involved with this charity as well, including giving my first ever public speech.


RNIB tweet text - Did you know there are over 200 eye conditions? Share how you see. Hashtag How I See. Attached to the tweet is a video compilation featuring myself and 3 other bloggers talking about our eye conditions.

I’ve been getting involved with the Royal National Institute of Blind People in a few ways, including awareness material for their campaigns and guest posts.


Screenshot of Scope's Youtube video - Vloggers respond to our End The Awkward 2015 campaign - with my contribution currently playing.

I’ve been involved with a few campaigns with this disability charity, helping to spread awareness and support.


Me smiling and holding up a piece of paper showing a handwritten quote I've come up with. It says: “My impairment’s just a dropped stitch in life’s rich tapestry. I’m successful, independent, it’s no barrier to me.”

Yoocan is a global community site, sharing positive stories and useful advice from a huge variety of disabled people all over the world, and I’m lucky enough to have been featured there.


Me standing in the middle of a football field surrounded by many other people. I'm wearing sunglasses, and a white t-shirt with a colour logo saying All The Stations.
Photo credit: James Buller

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