Besides being a disabled / chronically ill BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and Person of Color), you should be:
- located around Oregon, Washington, or Vancouver, BC
- at least 18 years old
- available to travel onsite to Portland, Oregon for the photo shoot (the interview can be done remotely)
We want you to bring your full selves as disabled BIPOC — modeling your own mobility aids if you’ve got them and representing different diagnoses (or lack thereof), body sizes/types, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
- Participants will be paid $250.
- We’ve set aside up to $50 per participant for travel funds and can reimburse costs (or coordinate for you if preferred).
- The venue is ADA-accessible, with an elevator (we’re shooting on the ground floor & some upper floors, plus outdoors if the weather cooperates). It’s also next to two bus lines and has parking.
- No flash photography involved!
- Arrival times may be staggered to minimize the time you have to be onsite. If you already reside in Portland, we might schedule a separate day/time for your solo portraits.
- Our rough theme for this shoot is an accessible life, and shots may incorporate an accessible kitchen and an elevator with floor buttons.