The diagnosis was hemimegalencephaly, a rare condition in which one half of the brain develops abnormally larger than the other. The seizures, a symptom of the condition, lasted minutes, consuming Jayna’s entire being. Medication didn’t work. The only answer, at 28 days old, was a hemispherectomy — performed on the youngest patient in the world at the time. We had the amazing oportunity to tell the Jayna's story and how engineering students at the University are building low cost prosthetics to help Jayna play the drums again.
Designer, Second camera operator.