On 17, Mar 2015 | In Video | By Kevin
Royal School for the Blind, founded 1791
A film for the oldest continually operating Blind school in the world, the Royal School for the Blind was founded in 1791, by formidable humanist, Edward Rushton.
Reactions from staff include: “Everyone in school is raving about it. I’m still absolutely gobsmacked and I think staff and parents are too! Communicating that on a film like you have done is a special gift! Kevin’s film captures the work and spirit of our school perfectly. He has the ability to edit and match different video and audio sequences strengthening the message; he has a gift for careful observation, attentive listening to staff and pupils and being able to synthesise all this into a wonderfully coherent finished product. Brilliant.”
–Nick Young, Head of Senior School, Royal School for the Blind, Liverpool