Jason DaSilva’s first film, Olivia’s Puzzle (2001), has been screened at more than 30 film festivals including Sundance; the film received an Oscar qualification in 2003 and was initially broadcast on HBO and PBS/POV in 2004. His next two films in this series, A Song for Daniel (2005) and Twins of Mankala (2006) , were also aired on PBS/POV in 2005, 2006 respectively. Other documentaries produced and directed by Jason are: Lest We Forget (2003), From The Mouthpiece On Back (2006), From the Mouthpiece on Back (2008) and First Steps (2009) All of Jason’s films have been screened at film festivals around the world, and some have received filmmaker awards. At the age of 26, Jason was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Redefining himself and his career as a filmmaker, he started working on his ITVS-funded film documentary When I Walk, based on his experiences of having multiple sclerosis in his twenties. As a series producer, Jason worked on Shocking and Aweful, a long format series, which appeared at the Whitney Biennial 2006. His most recent work was an in-front-of-camera host for We Keep Moving, an online series presented by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts, and a Master of Applied Arts.