Jamie Windust

Jamie Windust

Jamie Windust is an emerging non-binary talent in the UK, a freelance writer, public speaker and model. They have written for publications such as The Independent, Gay Times, British GQ, Cosmopolitan and INTO More. Thanks to their magazine FRUITCAKE, they were named as the winner at this year’s Graduate Fashion Week as an emerging talent in communications, sponsored by ASOS. They were also named as one of London’s most influential people – in the story-telling category – by the Evening Standard.

Jamie’s first book – a narrative non-fiction guide that will explore and cover topics such as fashion, dating, university, being in your early 20s in London, with a focus on what that’s like for them as a non-binary person – will be published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in 2020.

Jamie Windust @fabjamiefab ‏

Next Sunday i'll be talking on the mainstage at @eric_festival at @SomersetHouse about storytelling through activism. Really great event featuring talks from young creative talent and their experiences of storytelling - tickets available here: https://t.co/oqUl2P9QGk

Was at Facebook and Instagram this week talking about their future inclusion policies but I'm sure Cambridge analytica have already let you all know x x x @ Instagram London https://t.co/qz1KItX7Vj

Next Sunday i'll be talking on the mainstage at @eric_festival at @SomersetHouse about storytelling through activism. Really great event featuring talks from young creative talent and their experiences of storytelling - tickets available here: https://t.co/oqUl2P9QGk

I love this so much. To anyone else who is non binary like myself and Jamie or knows someone who is non binary (or they think they are). Please read this. It's a really important piece of writing from one of the people I've looked up to for a while. It's a good opener to us. https://t.co/BKARH4vUNc

J'adored writing this piece, almost like a lil time capsule of where I was - https://t.co/pHODpAkegh via @MetroUK

#ManchesterPride So beautiful to be amongst my @rainbownoirmcr family ‘claiming space for QTIPOC’ I’m proud of their hard work, being & fighting for what is right✊🏾 I also marched with the wonderful @aktcharity creating safehouses and better futures for young LGBTQ+ People🏳️‍🌈

i peaked when i made kristin chenoweth do this bizarre photoshoot with me outside mcdonald's on grafton street and i won't hear otherwise

Last two performances of #OUT this weekend 👀🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊

Catch it @Summerhallery 3.45pm today and tomorrow!

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https://t.co/Pg1y8xJSDK

#edfringe #queer #dance #theatre #qtbipoc
#endingsoon

I have no idea why ppl think I’m extra? Thx Brendun for making me this burgerz look 🍔

as a journalist that has really always been freelance, i'm so grateful for the amazing network of writers that manage to keep me motivated -- thinking the likes of @annasulan, @tomglitter, @fabjamiefab, @junoroche and so, so many more. this is an appreciation tweet!

We’re SO excited to announce @fabjamiefab will be taking over our Instagram story today for the #ManchesterPride parade! 💜🌈

https://t.co/522YgR6b5y

@NationalStudent @HuffPostUK @laurahopeillo @fabjamiefab @pcrcdelhi @AghajiDaze @ThinesG @JohannaYoo @Mohaminhoo Thank you to @NationalStudent editor, the brilliant @CamilleComeOn, for coming down to @HuffPostUK to chat with me and capturing our conversation so beautifully!

Any guy who enjoys walking through Camden market and introduces you to his mates at a pub in Highgate where they're watching the rugby is a MONSTER!!!!! https://t.co/sANPl95LR7

Our last TNS mag features the best people like editor @fabjamiefab, the crooners from @pcrcdelhi, the fab student/activist/politician @AghajiDaze, amazing @ThinesG, talented journo @Nadine_Writes, the incredible @JohannaYoo but also #JazMoodie, #OsloGrace + our @Mohaminhoo ...

Our last TNS mag features the most incredible, magical humans, @fabjamiefab @pcrcdelhi @AghajiDaze @ThinesG @Nadine_Writes @JohannaYoo + Jaz Moodie and Oslo Grace. And stories about Caster Semenya, cultural sentimentality, the drag industry and nakedness: https://t.co/onrGiqPB6J

I spoke to @fabjamiefab about makeup (👀), the line between street photographers + street harassment, + why queer + marginalised people's rights are feminist issues. LISTEN: https://t.co/OO5GbsNQhx

I hate how the media treat the climate crisis like this compartmental issue third down the list (the Amazon burning was a short segment on the latter half of #Newsnight yesterday). Climate should dominate ALL conversation - public investment, foreign policy, infrastructure etc...

I am disappointed with the judgement of the tribunal in my discrimination and unfair dismissal case against Times Newspapers Ltd. Working with my barrister, we are considering an appeal.
To my witnesses and all who have supported me over the past two years, thank you.

Remember y’all make good choices and, if they’re not good, make them safe.