Ella Beaumont has achieved many notable accomplishments in her young life to date. She has represented Great Britain in wheelchair basketball at the Under 25 World Championships, proudly carried the 2012 Olympic torch and worked as a TV and Film Researcher for Channel 4, BT and BBC, covering Rio 2016 Paralympics and preparing for Tokyo 2020 coverage.

When the world was forced indoors and exercise options were limited, sport-mad, wheelchair basketball coach and personal trainer, Ella, was frustrated with online workouts available for people living with disabilities, so she developed her own series of wheelchair workouts to help everyone have fun while keeping fit.

With so many strings to her bow and being accidentally propelled into the role of ‘fitness influencer’ through social media, YouTube and multiple media appearances, thanks to her wheelchair workout success, Ella needed a website to tie everything together and give her an outlet for future activity.

Ella turned to Milton Keynes design agency, 4FX, for digital design and website development support. She commented: “I needed to bring all the facets of my fitness and TV, media and film research activities into a single digital space. The 4FX team has been great in helping me pull together all my content, focus on the story I wanted to tell and how I wanted people to interact with my work. I’m so excited about the finished website, you can see it at www.ebeemedia.co.uk

4FX co-founder Julie King, said: “Ella is an inspirational young woman who has achieved so much already. It has been a privilege to help her showcase some of these accomplishments and we very much hope the website supports her success in future activities.”

The 4FX team offers a full range of graphic design and web services. To see more of the services we can offer, check out our website.