Austin Seraphin became blind at birth. He started programming at age seven, and has used all major operating systems. He currently specializes in iOS and Linux work. In addition, he speaks at conferences around the world about accessibility issues. Most recently, he has begun designing touch tours for the blind, including a very successful program at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, which won the Art Reach Commitment to Cultural Access Award for 2014. He has won several awards including the Annual Access Achievement award from the Mayoral Council on People with Disabilities.