Paul Demeyer says he sees “through a keyhole” and can’t make out fine detail. Yet, by looking at the big picture, he has become a world class animation film director putting his name to such movies as Rugrats in Paris.
Diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy 25 years ago, Paul took time to take stock of his abilities before moving from animation to directing. He concentrates on “the overall flow and look of scenes and characters” using a small telescope and screen magnifiers to help his eyes.
To read more about Paul’s achievements, visit the article on the LA Times.
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Vision Disease Can’t Stop Paul Demeyer, Animation Director