The Team ...

It’s true – “People Buy from People” and it’s equally true, people prefer to buy from people that they know and trust. Another truism, there is strength in numbers, and that’s why the most influential people in the accessible tourism niche have come together to help you spread your message.

This collaboration of prominent travel bloggers, photographers, podcasters and social media influencers is able to harness a monthly average of 110,000 page views and a “real” social media following in excess of 90,000 people.

Working together, we are able to offer travel brands, DMO’s and tourism department’s maximum exposure and unique access to an engaged audience.

Whether you partner with us or commission a one-off bespoke campaign, you’ll benefit not only from access to our audience but also our years of experience, industry insight and of course, our reputation.

Engaging niche influencers to promote your brand is a shrewd investment and offers the best ROI of all digital marketing channels.

Whilst we would never take our audience for granted or work with a brand that doesn’t share our values, we do want to use our influence to promote inclusive brands and enhance disabled traveller’s experiences – so who are we?

Disability Blogger

Martyn Sibley – Disability Horizons

Co-Founder, Disability Blogger / Marketing Guru
Recently voted the “3rd Most Influential Disabled Person” in Britain, Martyn is a disability campaigner, author, thought leader and innovator. Martyn co-founded Disability Horizons, Accomable, The Accessible Holiday Club and is the driving force behind Disability United and the very popular blog and podcast MartynSibley.com.

Disabled Travel Blogger

Cory Lee – Curb Free with Cory Lee

Travel Blogger/Freelance Writer
Cory Lee was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at the age of two, but that certainly has not diminished his desire to travel – wheelchair and all. As a member of the Society of American Travel Writers, he has traversed 6 continents and blogs about his accessible (and sometimes not so accessible) travel adventures on CurbFreeWithCoryLee.com. Cory has gained more than 50,000 followers across social media and been featured in the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Travel Channel, and much more, making him one of the leading accessible travel experts. Cory hopes to inspire others to break out of their comfort zones and start rolling around the world.
Disabled Travel Blogger

Carrie-Ann Lightley – Tourism For All

Accessible Tourism Expert, Travel Blogger/Freelance Writer
Carrie-Ann is an accessible tourism expert who has run Tourism for All UK’s information, membership and partnership services since 2005. She’s a wheelchair user who loves to travel, a provider of information to disabled people and a well-respected figure within the tourism industry. This gives Carrie-Ann a unique insight into all areas and aspects of accessible tourism and travel. She recently launched carrieannlightley.com to share her experiences and expertise, and inspire others to travel. Carrie-Ann has written for the Guardian and TripAdvisor, as well as many other websites, magazines and industry publications.
Rob and Bridget

Rob Obey – The Bimblers

Co-Founder, Accessible Tourism Blogger / Freelance Writer
Fondly known as Britain’s most unlikely travel blogger, Rob is the writer, photographer and editor in chief of The Bimblers. Rob’s honest storytelling and persuasive style have earned him and his partner Bridget a dedicated army of followers. As the elder of the mob, Rob reaches a more mature, financially independent audience.

Rob and Bridget

Emma Muldoon – Simply Emma

Disability Blogger / Freelance Writer
Being diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy at a young age has never stopped Emma from doing all the things she wants to do in life and that includes travelling in her powered wheelchair. Emma created Simply Emma as a way of sharing her experiences living with a physical disability and showing others that we’re only limited by the limits we set ourselves. Having written for a number of disability organisations, websites and magazines, Emma also wants to show that travel is exciting, liberating and most importantly, accessible.

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