Australians with Albinism

Chad Perris

Chad Perris is a vision impaired Australian athlete, born with albinism.  He specialises in 100m and 200ms. He has won one silver and two bronze medals at the World Para Athletics Championships and won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.

'The world's fastest albino'

Athlete Chad Perris – aka 'The White Tiger' – on how he seeks to inspire young people with disabilities, one race at a time.(via BBC World Service)

Posted by BBC Lifestyle & Health News on Friday, 28 July 2017

 

Lauren Dawes

As a talented & soulful vocalist, Lauren has spent many years performing as a session singer & backing vocalist for some of the countries most prominent artists. Including James Morrison, Paulini, Guy Sebastian, Troy Cassar-Daly, Evermore and many more to date. 

Lauren’s appearance on “The Voice AU 2013” has lead her to become a well known household name. With ongoing support from Coach Seal, Lauren has the confidence, ability and Musical strength to be a Standout Performer in the Entertainment Industry.

Dr Shari Parker

Dr Shari Parker a Specialist at a well renowned Sydney Hospital she is also Mum to three children.  Dr Parker is a strong advocate for Albinism and is President of the World Albinism Alliance.

Lucy and Sammy

Friends Sammy McCombe, 12, and Lucy Carpenter, 14 from Geelong in Victoria have an Instagram account beautifying Albinism.  The girls are keen fashion enthusiasts and met almost a decade ago at a Guide Dogs Camp.

Follow Sammy and Lucy’s journey on Instagram @sammy_and_lucy.

Instagram via sammy_and_lucy