Add leading American fashion designer Tom Ford to the list of accomplished dyslexic designers and film directors. Tom Ford is best known for his Tom Ford label of clothing and eyewear, but he was also film director for the Oscar-nominated film A Single Man, designer of clothing for the hit series Suits, and past creative […]
“From a very young age, emphasis was always on the visual…” Andrew Green shares his experience in his graduate thesis of growing up visually and virtually print-free.
After he discovered audiobooks and it “opened up my eyes to an unknown pleasure…I am experiencing something completely new; ingesting information and imagining without any previous visual criteria; […]
Amazing artist, philosopher, musician Sally Taylor share her dyslexia story and her creation of a new way of communication, art-making, and perception. Sally’s brainchild is Consenses, a global collaboration of 140 artists around the world (all of the MIND strengths!).
We’re thrilled that Sally and her husband Dean Bragonier of NoticeAbility will be coming to our […]
Quite commonly both dyslexia and talent run in the same family. We recently had the pleasure of talking to Michael and precocious 10 year-old Elena Orwick, a father and daughter from Oregon who share both dyslexia and artistic sensibility. In fact, The duo have had the pleasure of sharing a few art gallery showings together […]
“Thinking primarily with images, dyslexic people also tend to develop very strong imaginations. They use a picture or feeling based reasoning process to solve problems rather than a verbal one. If they are at first confused (or intrigued), they will mentally move around an object and look at it from different viewpoints or angles. […]
Excerpt: “I learned to read by learning the shape of every word. That’s right; I had to memorise every word in the English language just to be functional. It took me a long time!… what was initially a challenge turned out to be a blessing. He explains, “With dyslexia, it’s like when you’re blind, […]