Hatty Carman is a London based musician and visual artist. Her work has been featured in Dazed Beauty, LOVE magazine, Cause & Effect, Out There and Strike magazine. In May 2018, Dazed & Confused named her as one of London’s creative breakouts, alongside ten other artists. For Pride 2019, she was photographed on the cover of Attitude magazine as one of 25 covers celebrating queers from across the scene to mark their 25th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Hatty co-fronts the queer glam-rock band Thigh High, who have recently released two singles and featured on i-D and Gay Times. Thigh High’s debut album, set to be released in early 2021, seeks to put joyful queer politics front and centre stage. Hatty first encountered Positive East several years ago through her involvement in HIV Voices, an educational theatre group that aims to de-stigmatise HIV through story-telling. HIV Voices have used their events to raise money for the charity, and even performed an immersive theatre piece in the Positive East building.
Hatty has enjoyed designing for the Positive East T-shirt campaign, as she would like to lend her support to a charity providing vital services for people living with HIV today, especially under a government that has done all in its power to undermine the health system.