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A Daughter as “The Bridge” Between Her Father’s “Blind and Sighted Lives”

Imogen Blood’s father, John Hull, became blind when she was seven years old, after losing his sight gradually. In an article in The Guardian, she recalls how she became his “human guide dog,” largely due to the fact that he was allergic to dogs. Ms. Blood recalls joining her father, who a professor or religion, on trips to conferences and speaking engagement around the world. Her father kept extensive audio recordings of his experiences as a blind person, which are now the soundtrack of a documentary film, “Notes on Blindness,” “recently released alongside a cutting-edge virtual reality project that immerses you in a world without sight.” Read the complete article: here.  And, for more information about “Notes on Blindness.”