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About Sam Downie

Neurodivergent Autistic Content Creator | Cinematographer | Filmmaker | Actor | Photographer

Sam Downie is a Autistic Neurodivergent longtime Content Creator, with a 20+ year work/experience history in Radio, Theatre, Podcasting, Vlogging, Film and Television.

He’s currently a BAFTA and British Council supported Autistic Neurodiverse Filmmaker, Director, Storyteller and Actor.

I love making short films, interviews & documentaries. I love being a creative, passionate, experimental storyteller bringing interesting insightful thought-provoking stories, to the screen (of all sizes).

Films

Watch a selection of my BAFTA, BFI Network & British Council supported Short Films.

*hover over the video, press play and then go full screen to watch the film!

uniquely human a different way of seeing autism film
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Selected Filming & Audio Equipment

SONY ALPHA Universe – Visit Sam’s Profile

Sam Downie is a member of SONY Alpha Universe – as a Content Creator, Videographer, Documentary Filmmaker & Photographer.

Sam shoots using : SONY Alpha A7c , SONY Alpha 6400 cameras and E-Mount lenses.

Visit Sam’s profile at SONY Alpha Universe : https://alphauniverse.com/member/#/samdownie/

Actor, Voice Over, Voice Actor, Broadcast Presenter/Host and Podcaster

Hey! Casting directors, producers, agents, broadcasters, filmmakers and fellow creatives. Please view my Spotlight casting profile for further information and a list of my credits.

Buy the Book !

Sam’s own personal story about living with Epilepsy, Autism and a Rare Genetic Syndrome – is told in a new book titled “After That Day – Stories of Epilepsy” published by Sofie’s Journey and launched in November 2019, at the 2019 Epilepsy Awareness & Education Expo, a free 3-day event during the Epilepsy Awareness Day at Disneyland® Resort (EADDL).

This beautiful, rich colour, hardback book contains forty- five personal accounts of people who have been forever changed, by seizures. These stories offer a challenging look at survival, and in many cases, a cure. Each story features amazing, introspective photos which compliment and tell the story as well as the written words.

One out of every twenty-six people will have epilepsy in their lifetime. It can come when you least expect it, and no one is exempt from its grasp.

Book cover for After That Day Stories of Epilepsy

Clients

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