success in plain sight
Team Sea to See
Our mission is to destroy the preconceived notions of what a person who is blind can achieve. We are taking on this challenge by creating a full length documentary film of our team’s unprecedented finish in the 2018 Race Across America. This is the story of four professionally successful blind athletes taking on one of the world’s most extreme ultra-endurance races.
New Trailer Release
About Sea to See
We are a team of four blind cyclists, four sighted pilots and a twenty-person motley crew who embarked on the world’s most grueling ultra-endurance cycling race, Race Across America. Today, roughly 70% of blind and visually-impaired Americans are either unemployed or out of the workforce entirely. Our goal is to destroy the unconscious bias of what a person who is blind is capable of in the workplace and in the community. We hope you’ll join us in our mission, and consider making a donation to help support this amazing documentary film project!
Be a part of our mission to destroy the preconceived notions of what a person who is blind is capable of achieving.
In order to bring the film and subsequent Sharing of the mission with the world we are kicking off a fundraising campaign June 16 for $71,503. This number corresponds to the 7 days 15 hours and 3 minutes it took to complete the 3,082 mile race.
Jack Chen is an attorney for Google, holds forty U.S. patents, and serves on the boards of several organizations, including Lime Connect, an organization rebranding disability in the workplace, and Aira, a technology start-up which has created a visual interpreter for the blind using …read more
Dan Berlin is an entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist and endurance athlete who happens to be blind. Diagnosed with cone rod dystrophy at 7 years old, he became legally blind in his late 20s.
After more than 12 years of working in large, multi-national corporations…read more
Kyle Coon lost his sight at age six after a battle with Bilateral Sporadic Retinoblastoma—a rare form of childhood cancer. After meeting world-class blind athlete Erik Weihenmayer, Kyle got into rock climbing and became one of the first competitive blind rock climbers in the United States. When he was just 14 he hiked the Ankascocha … read more
Kristina “Tina” Ament
Kristina “Tina” Ament graduated from Yale in 1984 and received her law degree from Stanford in 1987. She works as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, DC, and lives with her guide dog, Higgins, in Alexandria, Virginia. She is an eight-time Ironman Triathlon finisher… read more