Dom is a Multimedia Producer and Digital and Communications Director at assist-Mi. He formally worked as a TV Producer at the sports production company Sunset+Vine, as well as Blogger at tinymanblog.com.
Dom was born in St Albans with a rare form of Osteogenesis Imperfecta, more commonly known as Brittle Bones, which meant from birth he was a fragile and unusually shaped package.
After leading an incredibly normal and adventurous childhood, and gallivanting of to University, Dom and his closest mates embarked on a European Inter-railing adventure, filmed by TwoFour Productions for Channel 4 to make the self-titled documentary, 'Crip on a Trip'. This gave Dom his first taste of TV in front of and behind the camera, and was something he knew he would pursue at a later date.
‘Crip on a Trip’ went on to win two RTS awards for best Educational Programme and best Regional Documentary.
After Studying Management at Warwick University Dom flirted briefly with advertising at GREY London before deciding to try and make it in the world of TV Production. He applied for the 2010 C4 Production Trainee Scheme and out of over 7,000 applications made it onto the scheme.
He was placed at Sunset+Vine, the countries leading Independent Sports Production Company, and very soon was working on productions from International Poker to the London 2012 Paralympic Games. He currently is an assistant producer working on various digital platforms including the YouTube Channel for the IOC.
Outside of the office, Dom worked with the DWP to help promote the 2013 ‘Disability Confident’ Campaign, which saw him talk with David Cameron about promoting Disability in the workplace at the launch event in July.
Around the same time, Dom started TinyManBlog.com, a place to document the weird and wonderful adventures of being a tiny man whizzing around London in a powered chair. The blog received wide recognition, being included in the top 100 young bloggers of 2014, articles written about the blog by Warwick Business School, commissioned to create sponsored posts, and a regular reach across the website, Facebook and twitter exceeding 200,000.
Dom continues to develop, create and edit numerous films and digital content for various corporate clients.
He is also also acting Editor-In-Chief for the Power100 - The first ever publically distributed Power List of Disability, now in it's second year.