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Mark Stoddart

Mark Stoddart, International Designer and Dyslexia Advocate is a prominent figure in the world of design. He combines creative talent with a commitment to fostering inclusivity. With a stellar career in international design, Mark has channeled his expertise and influence into making a significant impact on the lives of individuals with dyslexia. As an international designer, Mark Stoddart’s work has left an indelible mark on the global design landscape. His innovative creations not only captivate the eye but also reflect his deep appreciation for aesthetics and functionality. Over the years, Mark’s design journey has received various accolades and recognition. Mark’s bestselling pieces are his unique bronze sculptures of wild animals, inspired by his travels in Africa, including the Hippopotamus, Tiger, Baby Elephant and Rhinoceros. Beyond his impressive design portfolio, Mark's most profound passion lies in advocating for dyslexia awareness. Drawing from his own personal experiences with dyslexia when he was diagnosed at the age of 12, he actively supports neurodiversity charities such as Dyslexia Scotland and the Bali Dyslexia Foundation. Mark’s aim is to encourage children to embrace the power of neurodiversity and the positive impact it has on the world and hopes for inclusivity in education. Mark’s first publication “Making a Mark! Discovering the Power of Neurodiversity on a Learning Safari” is a perfect example of his dedication to neurodiversity. Aimed at young children, he hopes to empower and educate children, parents and their teachers about dyslexia and to embrace their unique creativity and strengths. Mark's multifaceted journey, as both an accomplished international designer and a dedicated dyslexia advocate, embodies the spirit of turning challenges into opportunities. He stands as an inspiration to many, a symbol of creativity, resilience, and a firm belief that every individual, regardless of their neurodiversity, has the potential to leave an indelible mark on the world.

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