Isaac Harvey: Meet 26-year-old man without hands who is an award-winning filmmaker

Isaac Harvey: Meet 26-year-old man without hands who is an award-winning filmmaker

- A 26-year-old filmmaker named Isaac Harvey is regarded as one of the best in London despite his disability

- Isaac Harvey was born with limb hypoplasia which affected the development of the limbs

- He also has a thriving YouTube channel and won several awards for his exploits

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Isaac Harvey, a 26-year-old video maker and vlogger from Ilford in East London is a renowned filmmaker despite the fact that he is living with a disability.

The young man was born with a birth defect called limb hypoplasia which affected the development of the limbs and left him with no hands and tiny legs.

Without allowing this to hold him back, Thesun.co.uk reported that Isaac started vlogging and filming himself playing games with his feet which amazed many social media users.

Isaac Harvey: Meet 26-year-old man without hands who is an award-winning filmmaker
Isaac Harvey: Meet 26-year-old man without hands who is an award-winning filmmaker Credit: Thesun.co.uk
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His online presence grew and now, the 26-year-old is recognized as one of the best filmmakers in London as he has won awards for his hard work and exploits.

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Isaac was one of fifteen finalists in the Vlogstar Challenge to find the best young filmmaker in London and Essex.

His video Hard Work (It Pays Off…) then won him the top prize at a big Bafta ceremony, getting £500 filming equipment, plus mentoring from YouTube.

In another exciting report, Afua Ansah, the Spelling Bee champion for Ghana in the year 2016 has been admitted into one of the top Ivy League Universities in the United States of America.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of The Spelling Bee GH, it is indicated that Afua Ansah is enrolled in Cornell University, New York, studying Electrical and Computer Engineering.

When Afua Ansah won the Bee in Ghana on her third attempt, she went ahead to represent the country at the Scripps National Spelling Bee-USA and became the first African to be in the top 20.

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