Reid Davenport is an award-winning documentarian who has made numerous films featuring people with disabilities. As a person with a disability himself, he is interested in portraying this overlooked perspective. His films have been shown across the country and around the world, and have gained prominent media attention from NPR, BBC and the Washington Post. He received a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Film & Video from Stanford University in 2016.
Daniel Lee is a disability advocate and has been volunteering for organizations since middle school. He has worked with various groups and clubs including Bridges and Greater Waltham ARC. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business from Brandeis University. Currently, he works as a Risk Examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.