Point of View is an ITV News series where we invite people to share their life experiences and what they've learned from them.
Imagine a model agency not for the tallest or thinnest human beings but for those who were born with a missing limb, or have had an amputation because of an accident or illness.
Then imagine a photoshoot which draws you in and makes you appreciate that everyone should be encouraged to feel confident about how they look.
Ashley Young was born without a right arm but, with the help of Zebedee Models, was able to pursue her dream.
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- Sofie Hagen: 'How I learned to love being fat'
- Elizabeth Day: 'Why we shouldn't be scared of our failures'
- Elma van Vliet: The questions I decided to ask my terminally ill mother before she died
- Author Nicci Gerrard: 'What I learned from my father's dementia'
- Melanie Reid: How writing became my salvation
- Evelina De Lain: How I defied doctors to make piano history in the Himalayan clouds
- Ben West: What I learned talking to strangers about my brother's suicide
- Abbi Naylor: What I learned from my extreme response to turning 30
- Bella Mackie: How going for a jog saved my life
- Josh Boggi: How I became the first triple amputee rescue diver
- Katrina Lawrence: Why I no longer hide my self-harm scars
- Josh Connolly: What I learnt from following my father into addiction