Image: A picture of Errol leaning on a wall, cut off just below his chest. His head is turned slightly towards the right to face the camera. His hair is black and asymmetrical, with a cowlick pushing his hair to the left side of his face. He is clean-shaven smiling slightly with a raised right eyebrow and is wearing a pink button-up shirt with a brown blazer. Behind him, a beige brick wall with noticeable grooves.
Contact Errol: errolakerr at live.co.uk
Based in Newcastle in the UK, Errol is a writer and editor for several publications and blogs. Alongside his own blog, Criptacular, Errol works for student media as well as theatre publication A Younger Theatre and activist blog Verbal Remedy. Creating his University's first disability and neurodiversity community, Errol is committed to ensuring that disabled voices are heard, particularly those from intersections often ignored.
Verbal Remedy, January 2018: Toby Young: the appointment nobody wanted – particularly disabled people
A Younger Theatre, December 2017: Disabled Access All Areas: An Open Letter to Theatre
The Courier, March 2017: Has ‘accessibility’ become a buzzword?
Errol is available as a source and for personal essays, opinion editorial, and reported features
Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference
Languages: English, BSL (learner)