Meet the people behind More to me than HIV
(In alphabetical order)
David has been working for organisations supporting people living with HIV since 1994. In 2019 David produced a film about the 10th anniversary of TAY, Brightons’ AIDS memorial
Frances has been writing the ongoing series of posts on the changing representation of HIV and AIDS in film and television, which you can read on our Facebook Page.
Glenn works for Brighton Libraries and is a published author, (gothic horror his forte) written articles for Positive Nation, as well as a regular column in GScene. Glenn hosted last years World AIDS Day event at Jubilee Library. He was diagnosed HIV+ in March 1988.
Ian is an artist who has managed many exhibitions both in Brighton and France. Ian is also a Treasurer for Peer Action, a charity supporting people living with HIV in Brighton.
Jason is a mixed media artist, and also runs Positive Walks, a health walk community group for people living with HIV.
Malcolm is a professional photographer, (now retired) and his work has featured in previous World AIDS Day events in Brighton