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My name is Hunter Bradfield and I am 22 years old. Born and raised in Georgia. I enjoy playing video games, photography and video editing, and going to concerts and festivals. I am going to graduate from college in the fall with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in Graphic Design.
One word that describes me is determined
My name is Brett Boettcher and I am 16 years old. I love to watch football and play video games. I play a sport called power soccer I really enjoy playing it. If I was able to play a sport it would probably be football because it is my favorite sport. I would like to be know for being the best football player in the NFL.
One word that describes me is: Inspiring.
My name is Ryan Gomez, I am 20 years old and I have Duchenne muscular dystrophy. I'm from California. My favorite hobbies are playing the piano, watching, and editing movies. I have filmed a documentary about going places despite my disability. Also, I am currently working on an invention idea to help disabled people in the shower. I even like to eat different cuisines from around the world and travelling.
One word that describes me is: Courageous!
I reside in the state of: California.
My name is Jordan Reidenberg, I am 16 years old and I'm from Pennsylvania. I like to play video games and play with my dog. I also like to draw. I want to strive to become a successful engineer. I have always loved making things too. Destroy Duchenne is a way for me to feel like I have a hand in my own destiny and make a difference in the world.
One word that describes me is: Resilient.
I reside in the state of: Pennsylvania.
Hey it's Aaron I'm 28 and I love to read, play video games, watching sports mostly Football I'm a big 49ers fan. I'm from Utah. I want to be known for being a positive and happy person no matter how hard life gets!
One word that describes me is: Optimistic.
I reside in the state of: Utah.
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