Fair Play works with patrons to create videos for diverse events.


How it works:

Fair Play curates a selection of events dedicated to diversity.

With the support of patrons, videos are produced for each event.

Logos before each video show everyone exactly who to thank.


A letter from the producer:

Over the last few years, I’ve been lucky to work with a wide range of events discussing and promoting diversity in the design and tech communities. It’s a conversation I feel passionate about participating in and promoting, so much so that I’ve offered my services at cost to a number of events that I was excited to be involved with.

Still, there are so many events out there who can’t afford professional video services, but would benefit from having their message shared with a larger audience.

So, in partnership with a select list of very generous patrons, I’m offering complimentary video services to a number of diversity-focused events who couldn’t otherwise afford it. 

We’ll be traveling to 12 events this year, producing recap videos that the events will use to grow their audience.

— Paul Searle


The Team



Paul and Fair Play video were incredibly gracious to donate their top-notch video services to covering our annual Leadership Summit for Girl Develop It. They were not only wonderful to work with, but they produced stellar quality videos and a beautifully-edited recap of our event. Thanks to the sponsors who support and make their work possible, GDI received an amazing donation of services that we would not have been able to afford otherwise. I highly recommend working with them for any project.
— Corinne Warnshuis, Girl Develop It Summit
It was an honor for the Women in Tech Summit to be a part of Fair Play. This project highlighting the efforts made by organizations and events to further diversity and inclusion in tech is hugely important. There is great work being done by many organizations and it is wonderful to see it highlighted.
— Gloria Bell, Women in Tech Summit