Casey Vormer a.k.a. Remrov is an autistic and self-taught pencil artist. who specializes in photorealistic drawings of everything he finds interesting, mainly animals.
Casey was diagnosed with classic autism when he was 21 years old. Due to his autism he sees the whole world in tiny little details. His drawings tend to be this way too, very precise and detailed. Casey started drawing at a very young age. As soon as he was old enough to hold a pencil, he was always drawing. He noticed that whenever he was drawing, people left him alone and didn't expect him to communicate. This made him feel safe, as he had a lot of challenges with communication and social interacting.
As a youngster, Casey got through every day by literally mimicking other people in order to hide his autism related limitations and challenges. At first everything he said and did was copied, but very gradually he started to find his own words and language inside of himself, Now Casey gives presentations about autism at different venues and events, and he makes videos in which his shares his experiences. His goal is to help other people with autism and their families, and to be a voice for non-verbal autistic people.