For Noriko Kantake, a PhD researcher in molecular biology at Ohio University, science provided an opportunity to discover more about the world. "That's what makes it interesting, right?" When her first child, Kai, was diagnosed with autism, her ambitions and dreams weren't set back, but she began a journey of looking at the world in a new way, through the eyes of her son.

This story was produced (originally in color and without music) for my Audio for Multimedia class as part of my graduate degree in the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University. The content was gathered during three afternoon visits and two interview sessions.

Shot, Edited, and Produced by Chris Sinclair

Music (used with permission):

"Crash" by Arms and Sleepers
From the album "Nostalgia For The Absolute"
(c) 2011 M. Lewis / M. Ramic
armsandsleepers.com

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