Aisha is a freelance television producer, body image advocate and diversity consultant. With over 10 years of casting and producing content for film and television, Aisha has worked as a Story/Casting and Associate Producer for shows broadcast on OWN Canada, HGTV, Food Network, Slice, TVO, HGTV, DIY Network and more. Aisha currently sits on the board of Inside Out LGBTQ+ Film Festival and is Strategic Planning Committee Chair. She also sits on the advisory council for the Ryerson University School of Fashion
Founder of the popular blog Fat in the City, she produces digital content for the web and has worked with numerous brands including Old Navy. Her blog has been featured in the Toronto Star, Metro, etalk, Refinery 29, Huffington Post and Essence. She was the lead stylist on the primetime series Sex With Sunny Megatron, which aired on Showtime & The Movie Channel.
Fairclough is also founder of Body Confidence Canada, which produces the annual Body Confidence Canada Awards (BCCAs), the National Campaign #SizeismSUCKS and Body Confidence Awareness Week (#BCAWeek) a week of significance currently recognized by two of Canada's largest school boards servicing over 300,000 students. Body Confidence Canada (BCC) advocates for equitable and inclusive images, messages, practices and policies supporting body diversity.
"We all deserve to be seen and heard", Founder Aisha Fairclough
Representation Matters is dedicated to producing, creating, consulting, and casting for a more diverse lens in television and television. We are committed to supporting inclusive images . Representation Matters also conducts market research with key stakeholders in the industry to identify opportunities for growth.