Working as a Quality Checker with Choice Support
Below is a short video about working as a Quality Checking made by Danny Blair, a talented OAP film maker with a disability.
Danny Blair is a former mature OAP student who gained a BA (Hons) and MA in Digital Film at London South Bank between 2008 and 2014. During his time at university he suffered a heart attack, diagnosed with cancer and had a stroke, which left him disabled.
He received a nomination for the best experimental film at the National Student Film Awards in 2011. His degree show was held at the NFT and picked up his MA at the Royal Festival Hall. Two of his photographs won Camden50 photo competition in 2015 and were screened at the National Portrait Gallery and are in exhibition at Camden Town Hall until May 2016.
Danny has a Vimeo
and Facebook page where the public can view both his current work and also any future work. He has developed a conveyer belt film technique that enables him by means of a visual library of raw material and the application of time and motion in his work to produce a new piece of work on a three-hour cycle.
Take a look at Danny's films on Vimeo
In his early days he recognized the importance of using a logo or symbol for him to be recognized and he developed the D-TOWN logo that has been seen around the world over 40 million times.