This is a binaural recording of a sporting event for blind people, the weekly goalball game, wherein blind people get together in a gym for the purpose of throwing things at each other: headphones recommended.
This is my favourite recording from an autumn cruise we took on the ship Norwegian Dawn.
This is a binaural recording made at a weekly blind tennis event run by volunteers in Toronto. Mixed in with the sounds of the game is some description of how it’s played: headphones recommended.
As a blind person, art and interior design is pretty much a closed book to me, and yet, there are ways I employ artistry and functionality in my world.
This is a trippy little piece in which some New Age instruments meet some new age technology.
This is an account of the adventures of my alter-ego told in rhyming verse.
This is documentation of the tragic demise of the beloved soundboard of a piano.
This is 10 minutes or so of the soundscape from the front of a 30 foot sailing boat on Lake Ontario in the summer. It’s recorded on a binaural mike: headphones recommended.
Getting around a large city when you’re blind is sometimes an adventure, in more ways than you might expect. It also often affords examples of people at their best.
This was a really fun piece for me to do. It’s a layered confection of my favourite instruments, with tiny little biographies told in voiceover: headphones recommended.
In the summer of 2014 I participated for the first time on a dragon boating team for blind and visually impaired paddlers. Here’s what it sounded like.
Blind Sailing Canada is designed to get blind and visually impaired people out on the water and sailing. This was recorded on a late summer evening with friends; a bit of voiceover narration tells about the boat and the experience.