This is a gorgeous and incredibly joyful (well, how can it not be?) ASL interpretation of Pharrell’s “Happy” performed by campers at Deaf Film Camp–a two-week camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing teens held at Camp Mark Seven, in the Adirondacks in Old Forge, NY.
Also appearing in the music video are Bim Ajadi, Deaf filmaker and director, Rosa Lee Timm, Deaf performance artist, and Azora Telford, CODA and interpreter, all teaching or mentoring at Deaf Film Camp. Rosa Lee and Azora also produced the film. I’m thrilled to discover these incredibly talented people and their works. Enjoy!
via The Limping Chicken
(Take a look at another fun interpretation of “Happy” in ASL”.)