Bowling Green, OH, March 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- While Jack Gunthridge Studios has always been interested in creating artistically innovative works with a distinct voice, Jack Gunthridge, the owner and operator who was recently diagnosed with a form of autism, has decided to change the focus of the company. While some would see autism as a disability, Jack Gunthridge Studios is interested in showing what people with autism can do.
“When I started this company, I thought about it in terms of making money and creating the works I wanted to make. Since being diagnosed with autism, the focus has shifted from profits and myself to giving the money the company makes back to the community and creating a business that is aware of the world around it.” Jack Gunthridge
Jack Gunthridge Studios will continue to release entertaining works like romantic comedies. These show how normal a person with autism is. In addition to these, the studio will also be releasing autism essays and children’s books showing it is okay to be different. The hope of the company is to change the view of autistic people as disabled by enabling other autistic people to see what they can achieve. The ultimate goal of the company is to be an inspiration to people with autism and to create a business model for other companies to give back to the community.
Jack Gunthridge Studios is an independently owned and operated studio that releases novels, films, and other forms of artistic expression.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Jack Gunthridge at (419) 806-4968 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.