Fugitive Autistic Filmmaking was conceived by Scotty Holman a recently diagnosed, young adult Aspergian coping with life and career from a decidedly neurodiverse perspective. FAF is a collaboration factory for artistic projects among people whose paths might never otherwise cross.
After struggling with undiagnosed autism for 25 years, Scotty now writes and speaks publicly about his life with autism, inspiring greater understanding and acceptance. His work, featured in Forbes, Autism Speaks, WrongPlanet.net and Autism after 16.com has helped establish Scotty as part of a new wave of self-analytic, young Aspie adult writers, artists and filmmakers chronicle a compelling perspective of neurodiverse daily life.
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