I’m thrilled to have a short version of my documentary film BlindSight published at Narrative.ly.com where they re-titled it “The Blind Photographers Club” . They do amazing work and I’m proud to have my work included there now too.
Here’s the full version which played in festivals.
BlindSight is a short documentary film that examines the photographic imagination of the members of the Seeing With Photography Collective in New York City. While all the members were sighted at one time, they are all now blind or visually impaired. Many came to photography after their loss of sight, and photography has given them a new voice, a way to express what they feel, what they see inside their head. The results are transformative, for the members and for the viewer. They are tangible proof of how creativity enhances life and gives power.
I directed and shot the film. Kate Emerson did the edit
Here’s a up to date Flickr feed of the Collective’s work.
Also, check out and buy their book, Shooting Blind: Photographs by the Visually Impaired, published by Aperture.