Apraxia: A Different Kind of Voice
Heather’s daughter, Rebecca Lynn, was diagnosed with Apraxia when she was two.
Heather felt alone, not knowing how to help her daughter until she took part in her first Apraxia for Kids charity walk.
Now Heather coordinates a successful walk in Raleigh, NC to celebrate kids struggling with Apraxia and help other parents know there is hope.
Produced for 2018 Walk for Apraxia Kids Raleigh and Apraxia Kids.
“Kevin was a sponsor for the 2018 Raleigh Walk for Apraxia and produced a video highlighting the event for Apraxia Kids. Kevin has a great eye and ability to find compelling stories. He immerses himself in the community he is capturing on film and allows the story to be uncovered. He is a true professional and a wonderful individual to work with. He asked thoughtful questions to help understand the event in advance. He compiled a compelling narrative about the Walk Coordinator’s journey with apraxia of speech and captured what makes the event so special. The Walk is about a community of support and his ability to have woven that into the fabric of the production was truly remarkable. We are so thankful for his ability to produce a high-quality piece for our organization that we hope to be able to use in promoting the events in the future.”
Justin LeWinter – VP of Outreach and Engagement at Apraxia Kids
“He told a story about my daughter that I’ve struggled
the world for 4 years! He took my words, my feelings and made them into this beautiful work of art! He captures every moment, has an eye of what moments are real and authentic and can be used to tell the world a message! I highly recommend Kevin!!” telling
Heather Waite – Coordinator of Walk for Apraxia Kids Raleigh and Rebecca Lynn’s mom
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