"As a transgender person, identity is something that I've had to really think about in great detail and how I fit in this world. But I'm so much more than my gender, like we all are. I play video games and Dungeons and Dragons in my spare time, I love cooking and I have my own flower and herb garden. I love reality TV and I was just as devastated as everyone else when Mel and Sue left the Great British Bake Off. WOW London has an amazing way of bringing together people from different backgrounds and experiences, and that's what we need to see to challenge our perspectives, our prejudices and preconceived ideas about other people. What brings us together is so much more than what sets us apart."
Owl Co-Directs My Genderation, The Trans Teen Survival Guide, and is an Advisor to All About Trans and a columnist for London’s Metro newspaper. Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir aka. Owl Fisher is a writer, film maker and human rights campaigner. They are the co-director of My Genderation, a film project that celebrates transgender people and transgender lives. They are a columnist for the Metro and the co-author of the Trans Teen Survival Guide. They also work for All About Trans, a project based around positively changing the portrayal of transgender people in the media. In 2019 they were listed as 1 of 100 most influential women by the BBC.