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Local Company looks to Redressing the Media (im)balance.

Gscene Editorial Team November 8, 2019

Queering up the ad world. Or Redressing the Media (im)balance.

Local business LibertiPix are holding an open casting in Brighton this coming Saturday – 9th November – and are looking for LGBTQ+ models who depict real life in Brighton & Hove, and beyond.

LibertiPix are a stock-photo agency whose ambition is to provide the world with images that represent the queer community, in a more authentic way.  Their key aim is to go beyond the usual clichés and stereotypes defined by gender identity and show members of the LGBTQ+ as real people with real jobs, real families and real hobbies.

It doesn’t matter if you have never been in front of the camera before as they are not looking for professional models – genuine faces that people can relate to.

As one of their models, you’ll have fun on set, make money, and at the same time help better represent the LGBTQ+ community in mainstream media.

Open casting is this Saturday (9th Nov) From 1.30 pm until 5 pm

At:  Junction Studio –  1 Sydney Street  Brighton  BN1 4EN

Why not pop in and get your name and face on our books? They want to meet anyone identifying as queer between the ages of 18 and 108; single lesbians, lesbian couples, single gay men, gay male couples, single people and couples who identify as trans, gender-fluid or non-binary.

And if you can’t make it on the day, you can still submit two pictures to, shot on your mobile phone. You will need to send a full-length shot (showing yourself from head to toe) and a close up of your face. (You need to be smiling, showing your gnashers).

For further details and questions, email