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Kevin Bryce

Award-winning director, producer, editor, and documentarian. For the past 15 years, I've worked independently producing documentaries and corporate videos for national and multinational non-profits.

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Our Mission

The mission of Blindeye is to tell the stories of individuals and agencies that often go untold. We turn our camera's eye where society often turns a blind eye. Blindeye exists to provide affordable, accessible, high-quality video production to nonprofit organizations. Producing a professional fundraising video for many small nonprofits can seem out of reach. We make video production reachable for nonprofits in a number of ways:


1. Our production crew is small, usually just one or two people.

2. We maximize our time with agencies to gather as much video content as possible in a short amount of time. This allows nonprofits to come back to us to repurpose footage for new videos, keeping costs low.

3. We offer in-kind discounts to registered 501(c)3's.

Equity and Inclusion

In 2019 we were commissioned by Reconciliation Services to produce a video that highlighted the artwork of local Kansas City artist, Jorge Castillo. Initially, we felt this presented us with a unique challenge because Jorge is deaf. But our perspective quickly changed from challenge to opportunity. It was an opportunity for Blindeye as an organization to begin to consider what it means to produce videos for and with those who live with disabilities. It was a simple video, nothing flashy. But it was so important for the growth and development of our work. How can we begin to produce videos with everyone (everyone!) in mind? What changed with Jorge's video was a commitment to offer and encourage clients to produce a version of their videos with subtitles embedded, free of charge.

Then, last year, another such opportunity came in. We were hired to produce a video for TNC Community. TNC champions equity and inclusion for individuals with disabilities, inspiring lives of dignity, belonging, and joy. It was crucial for us to be able to interview and hear from those who were supported by TNC. Not only did we want to include persons living with disabilities in the video, but we wanted it to be watchable and easy to take in as well. In addition to making subtitles available, we adjusted the pace, footage, and the edit of the video appropriately.

These are simple changes, and we've got a lot to learn and a long way to go. But at Blindeye, we're committed to being teachable. We hope to grow to join with TNC in championing equity and inclusion for all.


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

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