Fast Company Is Hiring A Senior Video Producer
Fast Company Is Hiring A Senior Video Producer
                                       

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Christopher Hill isn't your typical video producer. The youngster whipped up the clip after the break controlling his array of Macs almost entirely with a single switch. Chris has cerebral palsy, a severe motor function impairment that makes it all but impossible for him to interact with a computer...
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