People with lupus aged 30-40 needed for photoshoot

People with lupus aged 30-40 needed for photoshoot

People with lupus are being sought for a photoshoot which will be used to advertise a clinical trial based in the USA. 

In total, three people with lupus will be needed for a photoshoot with Sophie Harris Taylor on Friday 22nd November in London. The company doesn’t like to use actors in these circumstances as we feel it takes away from the authenticity of the cause. They will be looking to include;

One white female, 30- 40 years old.
One black female, 30-40 years old.
One white male, 30-40 years old.

The three people who are chosen for the campaign will be paid:
– a shoot fee of £700 each (one day photoshoot) plus
– a usage fee of £2,000 each

The pictures will be used is for Public, Healthcare and Healthcare Professionals, Regional Press, Internet, Marketing Collateral and will be in circulation worldwide for up to three years.


About the campaign
The campaign will be used to recruit lupus patients for a clinical trial based in the USA. The drugs being trialled are not new, but believed that could help people with lupus. The images will be used to recruit 325 lupus patients throughout the world for the trials. Once this number of patients has been recruited the campaign will end.

The company is trialing two drugs that have already been approved for other conditions but they feel that these could also work for people with lupus.  They then plan on trialing a combination of the two test drugs.


How do I get involved?
The three people for the photoshoot will be chosen following a casting day on Wednesday 13th November 2019 in London. The casting session will run from 11am to 8pm, strictly by appointment only at 12 Bartholomew Villas, Kentish Town, London, NW5 2LL.

You MUST be aged 30-40 and have a diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). 

If you would like to audition, please contact Sue Odell by email at You will initially be asked to send a selfie and following this you may be invited to the casting on 13th November 2019.



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