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Darryl (Deaf) has a BA in Second Language Education, a Certificate in Deaf Studies: Teaching NZSL and a Graduate Diploma in Primary Teaching. Darryl is a Resource Teacher of the Deaf for van Asch Education Centre. An avid sign-singer, Darryl features in the official NZSL version of the New Zealand National Anthem. He also led a team of sign-singers in signing the National Anthem at the Rugby World Cup 2011. Darryl was recognised with the National NZSL in Action Teaching Award in 2013. He lives in Wellington with his wife Sara and their two adorable little boys.
Deafradio is a Deaf-led creative hub, committed to developing a range of high-quality, technology-based accessibility projects. Deafradio specialises in the development of NZSL resources and initiatives, including Seeflow – a professional online NZSL translation service. Deafradio and its Creative Director Sonia Pivac (Deaf) are proud to support Rhymes with Sign. A Fulbright scholar, Sonia is the creative force behind Deafradio. Her work on the SignDNA NZSL archiving project, to be released in late 2014, earned her the 2013 National NZSL in Action Champion Award.
Greg (hearing) is a software developer whose interest in sign language stems from his wife’s study to become a sign language interpreter.
Greg’s other mobile applications include an NZSL dictionary, with sign diagrams and videos for more than 4,000 words and phrases. Greg lives in Auckland with his wife Amy.
Shaun (Deaf) is a freelance artist who has been drawing since he was five. He’s well-known for his graphics work for the New Zealand Sign Language Dictionary and the NZSL Online Dictionary. He has produced thousands of beautiful illustrations for businesses and other Deaf organisations.
Shaun hails from Christchurch and currently lives in Hamilton with his partner.
Darryl Alexander, Sonia Pivac
Josh Cleary, Saran Goldie-Anderson
Karishma Mohan, Kelly Hodgins, Lynette Pivac, Rohani Alexander and Sara Pivac Alexander
Amy Hewgill, Daniel Hanks, Daniel Harborne and Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand