Image: A selfie of Jill Rattray — she is a pale white woman with purple hair.
Contact Jill: jtrattray at gmail.com
I’m Jill, I’m 41, and I love watching television and I love writing about it. Because of various health problem I don’t get out much, so television and the internet, especially #ActuallyAutistic twitter are my lifeline.
I’m passionate about increased inclusion of disabled people in front and behind the camera in television and film. And I am vehemently against disabled mimicry or “cripping up” as it’s better known. I’m autistic and I have ADHD, chronic migraine, costochondritis, torticollis, pernicious anaemia, and restless leg syndrome. I've appeared on the West Wing Weekly (interview and transcript) and across the internet.
AsNotSeenonScreen, October 2017: There are No Good Doctors on The Good Doctor
Global Comment, August 2017: Britain does not need an autism registry
AsNotSeenonScreen, July 2017: My Dinner with Herve Lets Down Disabled People of Colour
Jill is available as a source and for personal essays and opinion editorial
Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference
Languages: English (Fluent)