Let me introduce you to Will Robson-Scott, a London based photographer and film maker. His photography has previously appeared in graffiti publication Crack & Shine.
His latest creation is this brilliant short film documenting the life of Graeme; a passionate skateboarder in London who has Asperger's Syndrome. Despite this, Graeme continues to do what he loves every day.
I strongly advise you to watch this piece of art, it is one of the most moving pieces I have ever seen.
"The film follows Graeme, a passionate skateboarder who has been a part of the London skate community for 25 years and whose eccentricities and enthusiasm for the sport are accentuated because of his condition, Asperger’s syndrome.
A regular fixture at every event, Graeme has a huge knowledge of the history of skateboarding and is a staple of London’s skateboard scene. His passion for skating is deep rooted and sincere. Everyone has something in their life that puts a smile on their face; for Graeme this is skating."
This is a truly magnificent piece, different to the typical documentary which sets out to manipulate a subject to gain extra hits and ratings. Hats off to Will and Graeme on this one. Edited beautifully by Kieran Gee-Finch.
Enjoy the video below.