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The official podcast of Aira, the visual interpreter service for people who are blind or have low vision. At Aira, we connect people, via our free app, to trained professionals who provide visual information – all on demand. Subscribe to Airacast to learn about our technology, hear the latest innovations, ways you can use the service , agent profiles, and more.
 
Say My Meme is exactly what it sounds like: A podcast that literally describes the world's most #relevant memes, bringing the blind and sighted people together through laughter and the power of visual description. Brought to you by Will from Be My Eyes and Caroline from Scribely.
 
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Episode 070 | Yuh! I'm back with another SOLO episode! In this one, I cover a variety of topics that are relevant to the disability community. I discuss the potential harmful side effects of erectile dysfunction medication for men living with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP). I give my opinion on Molly Burke's recent appearance on "The Daily Show" with Tr…
 
We continue our Aira Everywhere series with Aira for Desktop. Troy Otillio, Aira’s CEO, talks about the evolution of our app for PC and Mac and why the public beta process is so important. Then we have a demo of the app. If you want to join the public beta, fill out the form at https://aira.io/choice. Episode Notes Notes go here This podcast is pow…
 
Next in our Aira Everywhere series we talk with Diane Ducharme of Blind Shell USA about the Blind Shell Classic2, a tactile phone with many features for those who don’t want to use a touch screen. For more information about this phone, on which Aira will appear soon, go to http://blindshellusa.com. To find a dealer outside the US, go to http://blin…
 
Wrapping up the 2022 FTS season with a bright red bow! Professor Maria Jose Garcia Vizcaino of Montclair State University joins us to discuss her fully immersive AD course where students; * choose a concentration - theater, museum or film * work on real world projects in the community * learn and practice both creative and compliance approach Subsc…
 
Episode 069 | Gracie Benedith-Cane (Braille Code Inc.) joins the podcast! In this episode, Gracie and I discuss how she both accepts + advocates for her son Wani, who is legally-blind due to Septo-Optic Dysplasia. Gracie also educates me on the process of obtaining a patent, her children's book, and much more! ----- Follow Braille Code Inc. on Inst…
 
In today's episode we speak with Natalie Trevonne, one of the two host of the Fashionably Tardy podcast about the lack of fashion descriptions in films and television. Of course, you already know, it's about more than entertainment. Plus we hear how Natalie's pursuit of her interest helped her find her way into acting. Subscribe/follow wherever you…
 
Episode 068 | Chad Bouton (Hindsight Is 20/200) joins the podcast! In this episode, Chad opens up about podcasting with social anxiety + adult autism, how to embrace your disability and use it to your advantage, and how he dug himself out of a dark time when he was once having suicidal thoughts. Want to listen to Chad's podcast "Hindsight Is 20/200…
 
Shining a spotlight on Nefertiti Matos Olivares - a bilingual, Blind Voice talent, Audio Description Narrator, Advocate, Writer, Quality Control specialist and workshop facilitator. This episode features; - Shining a spotlight on Nefertiti Matos Oliveras - a bilingual, Blind Voice talent, Audio Description Narrator, Advocate, Writer, Quality Contro…
 
Episode 067 | A special solo episode experience. In this episode, I cover the RP movie theater experience, my latest visual field test results, starting therapy, Lizzo + cancel-culture, sensory deprivation tanks, and recently hitting the TWO-YEAR mark of the podcast! -------- Have a question for me? Want your question to be featured + answered in a…
 
Kicking off this 2022 FTS season, we're pulling on the edges a bit and exploring how AD itself is not only artistic, but how it can be that inspiration, a catalyst for a new work of art. This episode features: * Access Artist Cheryl Green @WhoAmIToStopIt * Prof. Arseli Dokumaci @Arselidok * Salima Panjwani IG: @PictureSalima Subscribe/follow wherev…
 
Episode 066 | Maria Pendolino (Voice Actor) joins the podcast! Maria is a professional voice actress living with Psoriatic arthritis. In this episode, Maria and I discuss her her switch from acting on-set to voice acting, her negative + positive internal thoughts linked to her disability, and how society can judge disabled people even when disabled…
 
Since critiquing Black Panther's audio description in 2018, there's been a significant amount of discussion on the subject of white AD narrators voicing BIPOC films and cultural competence in general. So why is it still happening? Judas and the Black Messiah, Insecure are just two of the latest examples I experienced. Let's talk about it and more. …
 
Episode 065 | Karthik Kannan (Envision: Founder + CTO) joins the podcast! In this episode, Karthik and I discuss the origin story behind Envision, how the Envision app + glasses help blind and visually-impaired individuals with their independence, and what's next for Envision! To learn more about Envision, visit: https://www.letsenvision.com/ To wa…
 
Episode 064 | Victor Mifsud (Blind Biohacker) + Emma Krebs (The Curious One Podcast) join the podcast for a very special episode! In this episode, Victor + Emma and I discuss curiosity, biohacking, cancel culture, censorship, and social media. To learn more about Victor's Vision Optimization Summit, visit: visionoptimizationsummit.com | To listen t…
 
Episode 063 | Andy Ulanoff (Yaplaws Comics) joins the podcast! Lance and Andy discuss all things YaPlaws comics, vision loss, the state of digital art + social media and much more! You can view some of Andy's work at instagram.com/yaplaws | To learn more about this podcast, visit: seethroughpod.com | For bonus episodes + exclusive content, visit: p…
 
In this final episode of the season we feature Question, a young Producer & Rapper from Atlanta. A student of Hip Hop, he recognized the power of team and along with his fellow artists Damasta & Migo Traffic, curated a collective of Blind producers, rappers, engineers known as Blind & Famous! Subscribe/follow wherever you get podcasts. FB & IG: @Re…
 
Episode 062 | Susan Johnson (My Mom!) joins the podcast! In this episode, my mom and I talk about her RP diagnosis, how she adapted to her vision-loss when it came to her teaching career and family life, how she felt when my sister and I were diagnosed with RP, her recent trip to NYC to visit me and much more! Subscribe: https://bit.ly/3JRSPEO Patr…
 
From all sorts of sports and activities to video games; people with disabilities find ways to not only play, but excel. Accessibility Consultant Brandon Cole, along with two disabled gamers with different experiences Orlando Johnson and Eron Zeno join me to talk about the various barriers, adaptations and finally, accessibility, being built into vi…
 
The AIRA Access Network is comprised of businesses, transportation providers, government organizations and retail stores that cover the cost of our professional visual interpreters while using their services. TD Bank, and its on-line offering, TDbank.com recently became part of our network. This month we feature Steve Turley, Head of Consumer Distr…
 
Episode 061 | Vinnie Rupolo (Anxious Youth) joins the podcast! In this episode, Vinnie talks to Lance about his podcast, anxiety, his old heavy metal bands, the appropriate language you should use to describe people in the dwarfism community, and much more! To learn more about Anxious Youth, visit: instagram.com/anxiousyouth Subscribe: https://bit.…
 
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Since her first experience with Technology, Adriana Mallozzi knew it was the key to her independence. In this episode we hear how pairing that love of tech with her empathy along with advocacy and leadership skills led her to start Puffin Innovations. Literally, Adriana is creating the technology enabling more people to do their thing with their di…
 
Episode 060 | Morten Bonde (Art Director: The Lego Group + Motivational Speaker + Author) joins the podcast! In this episode, Morten and I discuss the inspiration behind his book, “Sentenced To Blindness - Now What?”, his Retinitis Pigmentosa diagnosis story, being a legally blind art director, how being mindful has rewired the negative voices in h…
 
Episode 059 | Jessie Chin (Comedian + From The Throne Podcast) joins the podcast! In this episode, Jessie and I talk about dating as a disabled person, how to retain your masculinity as a disabled man, the current state of comedy, and more! To listen to Jessie's podcast, visit: From The Throne - linktree | To learn more about this podcast, visit: s…
 
Kicking off Doing Your Thing with Disability! We begin with Marguerite Woods, who's all about good energy. I just knew during that first conversation, I had to have her back on to discuss more of her experiences as an advocate, philosophy as it pertains to blindness and disability. Plus I wanted to hear more about her trip to India and all that mea…
 
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Episode 058 | Jon Marin (Internship Program Director + Author) returns to the podcast! In this episode, Jon and I continue our conversation and talk about the Career Discovery Project, which is an internship program for visually-impaired students. We also cover the release of his first book "See Us", which documented six students from the Career Di…
 
Episode 057 | Kevin Figueroa (Blind Light Photography) joins the podcast. In this episode, Kevin and I discuss what it means to have an "eye" for photography + cinematography while being legally blind, his creative collaborations with past podcast guests (Ben Fox + Jon Marin), pursuing his passions despite obstacles with his vision, and more! Follo…
 
Episode 056 | Michael Tubiak + Ste Johnson (The RP Show) make their third appearance on the podcast! Mike, Ste, and I talk about masculinity, remote content creation, their incognito t-shirt series, and of course - The RP Show. To watch "The RP Show", visit: https://tinyurl.com/2p94umxp | For more podcast episodes + content, visit: https://seethrou…
 
*Bonus episode, right on time for Black History Month.* A Black History Mash Up where I take two real world individuals from history; Isaac Woodard & Robert Williams and imagine if they met on one specific day. Plus help me congratulate our first Social Media Give Away winner... New season begins in March... Subscribe/follow wherever you get podcas…
 
Episode 055 | John Grimes (Host: Ambiguously Blind Podcast) joins the podcast! In this episode, John and I discuss the story of his vision-loss due to meningitis, how to prevent meningitis, how John + his family and friends responded to his sudden loss of vision, the great work he’s doing with his podcast, and more. To listen to John’s podcast (Amb…
 
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