Sensory Overload (Interacting with Autism Project) – 14th Video Series

© 2012

Some people with autism have difficulty processing intense, multiple sensory experiences at once. This animation gives the viewer a glimpse into sensory overload, and how often our sensory experiences intertwine in everyday life.

Created as part of Mark Jonathan Harris’ and Marhsa Kinder’s “Interacting with Autism.” Coming in January 1st 2013, IWA is a three-year transmedia project funded by the federal Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ). University Professor Marsha Kinder, the Executive Director of the Labyrinth Project at USC, and Mark Harris are heading a team of filmmakers and artists working to build an interactive, video intensive website that will focus on the best available treatments for autism.

FULL CREDITS LIST:

Director and Animator:
Miguel Jiron

Produced and Developed by:
Scott Mahoy, Creative Director of Interacting with Autism

Sound Designer & Mixer:
Katie Gately

Produced for Interacting with Autism
For more information visit:
interactingwithautism.com

Scenario:
Marsha Kinder

Line Producer:
Ioana Uricaru

Cinematographer:
Alejandro Martinez

Paint Animation:
Laura Cechanowicz

Boy:
Cody Sullivan

Waitress:
Alexandra Boylan

Gaffer:
Katie Walker

Special Thanks:
Mark Jonathan Harris, Shelbi Jay Kepler, Mike Patterson, Candace Reckinger, Kathy Smith
t For more work, check out my website mibaji.com

Disclaimer:  The views and opinions in this video are those of the  developers of the video and do not necessarily represent the views of Edmonton and Area Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Network.

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