To See A World

Below is the short film “Show Me The Way” , which celebrates Richmond students with Special
Needs and the workers who care for them every day.  The film was made in conjunction with
Sid Akselrod and his art students, and features my original music as performed by our school choir. The film’s title is taken from lines in the song, “To See A World” , which in turn owes a debt to poet William Blake, who wrote in his Auguries of Innocence:

To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
And eternity in an hour.

The song To See A World aka. Show Me The Way, has also been performed at Graduation, as well as the official grand opening of Steveston-London Secondary.  The film “Show Me The Way” won top prize in the BC Student Film Fest documentary category.