A Day in the Life of an Artist: Deaf poet, Sahera Khan

Credits to the source  –  disabilityarts.online/magazine

Deaf poet, Sahera Khan lets us behind the scenes of making her video BSL poem ‘Hurts Me,’ offering top tips for other creatives. This is followed by a performance of the poem itself. The voiceover is provided by Kuli Kohli

A Day in the Life: Deaf poet, Sahera Khan

[Video description for visually impaired users: Sahera Khan, a woman of South Asian descent wearing a headscarf presents the video from her home, using British Sign Language. The film moves from her kitchen, to sitting on her sofa, then to working at her computer. Sahera presents to camera expressively throughout. When she has finished describing the process of making her filmed poem, Sahera then performs the poem itself.]

Sahera Khan

Sahera Khan is a Muslim, Deaf and BSL (British Sign Language) user, Writer/Creator, Artist/Actress, Filmmaker & YouTuber.  She is currently a Presenter for BSL Zone and  a Kickboxer.

Sahera is represented by The Soundcheck Group.

Sahera is on Spotlight and a member of Shooting People. 

She is a Trustee of the Deaf Ethnic Women’s Association (DEWA).

You can follow Sahera for further info and updates

Website -sahera1

YouTube Channel

twitter  –  sahera04

You can follow Kuli Kohli at –

Kuli Kohli – Website

Kuli Kohli – on facebook

Kuli Kohli – on YouTube

Kuli Kohli – on Twitter

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