Sep 13, 2023
In this two part series we're looking at what we, all of us who
appreciate audio description and want to see it improve, can do
about those things jeopardizing it's future growth.
First, the often used comparison of AD to captions with an actual user.
Are they really the North star that should be guiding how...
Aug 23, 2023
This is the last bonus episode which stems from the
Flipping the Script on Audio Description: What We See episode where
I linked visual hallucinations, trust and the participation of
Blind people in audio description.
Andrew Slater and I talk about producing audio description, hallucinations, synesthesia and...
Aug 9, 2023
In this bonus episode, I speak with Collin van Uchelen. A community psychologist out of Vancouver Canada, Collin talks about his experience with Scintillating Photopsia, his work defining a means of effectively describing fireworks as well as his own jour
Jul 26, 2023
Cultural competency in AD means authentic experiences of film
and television because #RepresentationMatters! Yet, the "white
washing" of Black content continues. One of the most egregious
examples, "Hair Tales" all about Black women and their hair was
narrated by a white woman. Something has to be said.
Jul 12, 2023
In this bonus episode, I'm sharing the full (slightly edited)
versions of my conversations with each of the guests
appearing in "What We See".
First up, my conversation with Carmen Papalia where we discuss:
- Blind vs. Non-visual
- Engaging hallucinations with Canibis