Aisha Fairclough

Aisha is a body image advocate and producer with over 10 years of film ,television and digital production experience. She has produced content for numerous networks including OWN Canada, Slice, HGTV, Showtime, Global TV, Food Network Canada and CBC. And has guest lectured at York University and other academic and community spaces on film politics, representation and industry policies. She co-founded Body Confidence Canada (BCC) which advocates for body diversity. In this capacity, Aisha has led fundraising initiatives such as the Body Love Ball which raised necessary funds for organizations such as the The 519. BCC also produces the Body Confidence Canada Awards, Body Confidence Awareness Week – a week of significance recognized across the TDSB and Winnipeg School Division two of Canada’s largest school boards to support educators and students addressing bullying including body, race and gender-based violence. BCC is also home to #SizeismSUCKS a national campaign to eradicate size and appearance-based discrimination. She currently sits on the board of Inside Out LGBT Film Festival, the advisory council for the Ryerson University School of Fashion and is also a community co-owner of Glad Day Bookshop – the world’s oldest LGBT bookstore. She is the editor of the fashion lifestyle blog FatinTheCity, and was the lead stylist on the primetime series Sex With Sunny Megatron that aired on Showtime. Most recently , Aisha was on the cover of Chatelaine Magazine’s June/July 2019 Issue. You can find her www.BodyConfidenceCanada @FatintheCity @BodyConfidenceCanada @BCCAwards