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When questioned by his primary school teacher why he had painted everything brown, Steve remembers thinking ‘What’s wrong with you? It wasn’t until high school, when the subject turned to learning colour recognition anatomy of the eye, that Steve made his own painful realization he was Colour Blind. It was also Steve’s first realization that he was different.

As much as it explained some of the challenges Steve had been experiencing, it was no comfort when his dreams of following his father’s footsteps into Advertising were extinguished by his inability to recognize colours sufficiently to be accepted in the industry. Steve soon discovered that this limitation now restricted his world.

Steve’s teenage years were difficult with

his father developing early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and subsequent breakdown of the family unit left Steve frustrated and angry with the world. With an uncertain career path and limited opportunities in the s

mall rural town


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