So how does he do it? Morse's fascinating answer to this question is twofold: first, though legally blind since the age of 19 after being affected by a genetic disorder, he has retained some peripheral vision and by using a specially adapted monitor, he is able to see some of what is being filmed. Second, he uses what he describes as his "his high sensitivity to people's energies".
It certainly works. 'Lucid', Morse's feature film debut as a director which starred Billy Zane, was nominated for the prestigious 'Michael Powell Award' at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
It isn't just as a director that Morse has been a pioneer. The New York Post described him as a 'BLIND ACTION STAR' in a headline after his recurring role in Apple+'s drama 'See'.
Unsurprisingly, he has attracted a lot of press attention over the years. in addition to The New York Post article, he has had coverage in The Guardian, Variety and many other international titles.
In addition to directing narrative fiction, Adam Morse has made a number of TV commercials, some of which can be seen at Johnny Foreigner's website.
His experience includes live-action, CGI, sports choreography, high-speed car sequences, visual FX, models/miniatures, and animation.
Olivia Hirschberg had the same questions as all of us when she first heard about her new signing: "Along with everyone else who I tell I've just taken on a blind director, my first reaction was also, 'how how on earth does that work?' My curiosity to find out led me to dig deeper and eventually meet up with Adam. Instantly taken by his charm, wit, honesty and acute intelligence, I quickly understood that Adam was an incredibly dedicated film-maker who wouldn't let his disability stop him from pursuing his career with immense passion."
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