Behind the scenes sneak peek 4

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It’s been quite a long time since I posted photos here from our film shoots. Here are a few from the last several months.

You can always check out more pictures on the film’s Facebook page at  www.facebook.com/WhoAmIToStopIt even if you don’t have a Facebook account!

Four people smile for the camera:  Shawn and Paulius hold their recording equipment, Dani is in blue and white high school graduation cap and gown, and Athena is in a striped sweater.

Dani’s graduation from Olympia High School, summer 2013. [Image description: Four people smile for the camera: Shawn and Paulius hold their recording equipment, Dani is in blue and white high school graduation cap and gown, and Athena is in a striped sweater.]

Cheryl, wearing sunglasses, is lying in the back of a station wagon trunk underneath a large pile of paintings.

Headed to the Brain Injury Help Organization office to hang Kris Haas’s art. [Image description: Cheryl, wearing sunglasses, is lying in the back of a station wagon trunk underneath a large pile of paintings. ]

Kris and Pat sit next to each other, talking, with stacks of paintings on the shelves behind them in Kris's studio.

Planning Kris’s presentation at the Annual Brain Injury Conference for Oregon, 2014. [Image description: Kris and Pat sit next to each other, talking, with stacks of paintings on the shelves behind them in Kris’s studio.]

Brandon, now with beard and hair in a ponytail, plays a large marimba with thick mallets.

Brandon playing at the Sandy Community Church’s Youth Marimba Band reunion concert at services, December 2013. [Image description: Brandon, now with beard and hair in a ponytail, plays a large marimba with thick mallets.]

We’re about 3/4 of the way through filming, and we’ll begin a fundraiser and seek sponsors later this spring to finish the film and hire an editor. Please sign up to be on our e-mailing list on the Homepage of this site to get updates and info. And give us a “Like” on Facebook to get notifications about new blog posts, pictures, and info on this and other disability documentaries.