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Social media, food and me

This animation collaboration with FREED aims to encourage those with an eating disorder, (although it feels very relevant to all of us) to observe how our social media use impacts our lives and experiences, in both positive and negative ways.

For the last six months, we've been busy working closely with the team at FREED, on our latest animation - Social Media, Food and Me.

The project stemmed out of one-to-one interviews with men and women aged between 16 - 24, conducted by a PhD student, exploring with them how they felt their social media use impacted their eating disorder.

It was at this point we were invited by FREED to work with them to create the three narratives in the animation, and bring them to visual life.

So although voiced by actors, the narratives are based on real voices of those with lived experience.

The animation aims to encourage those with an eating disorder, (although it feels very relevant to all of us) to observe how our social media use impacts our lives and experiences, in both positive and negative ways.

This project really has been a labor of love for the both of us, pushing ourselves to try our first fully stop-frame animation, as well as both being the artists for the three characters.

We invite you to watch, and if you feel compelled to do so, please share.

Love Jess and Isolde x


ANIMATION CREDITS

Artists Isolde Godfrey & Jessica Harvey

Writers Isolde Godfrey, Jessica Harvey, FREED & FREEDom Finders

Editor Isolde Godfrey

Voices Heloise Spring, Dean Phillips & Georgina Partida

Additional hand acting Rowan Fornah


Enormous thanks from me and all of us for your incredible work on this animation. I know you went above and beyond with the effort and time you put in, and we really appreciate it, and love the final result.
— Dr Karina Allen, Senior Clinical Psychologist, FREED Network Lead