Kayleigh Daniels* is a woman who owns her sexuality. Mostly.
Her writing explores the intersection of fiction, fantasy and the function of contemporary sexual fixations.
She lives – and dates – in London.
*Kayleigh Daniels is a fictional character
Founder, Creative Director and Editor
Almaz is an award-winning Creative Copywriter and Freelance Journalist represented by Milly Reilly at Jo Unwin Literary Agency. ‘Kayleigh Daniels Dated’ is her debut self-initiated project. She writes about sexuality for leading publications including British Vogue, Campaign, Refinery29, Stylist and VICE. And has also scripted stories for audio outlets Dipsea and Ferly.
She speaks about why sex positivity needs championing for Decolonising Contraception, a not-for-profit, community interest group formed by people of colour, working within sexual and reproductive health. She is a collaborator with School of Sexuality Education (formerly Sexplain), an independent organisation which runs inclusive and comprehensive sex ed workshops in schools around the UK.
Almaz is also a classically trained violinist and has appeared on national television, at music festivals and on stage with several London collectives.
Visual-Ess is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator and has had her work published in books and showcased by companies such as Universal, Austin Reed and Long Tall Sally. She particularly enjoys illustration as she’s able to utilise a wide range of bright colours, shades, and tones, combined with a dash of playful humour, as a way of channelling various emotions and to express real-life experiences.
Born and raised in Bristol, Parys is a Freelance Illustrator whose work has appeared in gal-dem, Noa Vee magazine and Bristol24/7. Her work focuses on the portrayal of women of colour as active figures in a range of narratives, and seeks to reframe the visual representation of marginalised communities in popular culture.
Nat is a Graphic Designer and Musician based in Sheffield. Since completing her Masters in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University in 2011, she’s contributed to a range of creative projects, including designing album cover artwork for musicians, and working with a London-based design collective on immersive installations.
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