Neurotypical originates from the shared experiences of our family with the autistic population in North Carolina over the past 20 years. Working closely with autistics of all ages and abilities has given us a profound respect and affection for this culture.

Adam Larsen (director/cinematographer/editor)
is an artist, projection designer and filmmaker. He has designed video projections for nearly 100 productions both On and Off-Broadway in the US and abroad. As a cinematographer, Adam has DP’d numerous television pilots (cooking shows to extreme sports), independent films, and commercials.  In addition, he produced, shot and edited two short films for TEACCH, North Carolina’s state autism program and two films for OAR, the Organization for Autism Research. He holds a BFA in Cinematography from the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Neurotypical is Adam’s first documentary.

Ron Larsen (producer)
has worked in the field of Autism for over 20 years, first as a therapist with the North Carolina TEACCH program (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication handicapped CHildren, originating at the university of NC in Chapel Hill, a statewide program serving the autistic population) and currently the Co-owner of Centering on Children,, a company that designs and manufactures ShoeboxTasks in a workshop employing adults with autism.  This international business currently has a mailing list of nearly 2500 teachers, therapists and parents, all of whom receive periodic newsletters related to autism and education.

Linda Larsen (producer)
is a practicing studio artist well recognized for her two-dimensional and three-dimensional artwork in a variety of media that include painting, printmaking, ceramics, and mixed media sculpture. Mrs. Larsen has an extensive exhibition record, including recent exhibitions at the Meadows Museum of Art, Shreveport, Louisiana, and Blue Mountain Gallery, New York City. Linda has a BA in art history from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.

Michael Wall (composer)
composes music for dance and film. He has made works for the Jose Limon Company, Mark Haim, Lisa Race, David Dorfman, David Grenke, Randy James, Martha Tornay/East Village Dance Project, Jenn Nugent, Wally Wolfgruber, Heather Mcardle, Everything Smaller and Merge Dance. In addition, Michael is a live accompanist at Princeton University, Bates Dance Festival and the American Dance Festival.