Adam Cohoon is a painter who uses video and photography to express his personal phillosphy for disability advocacy. His paintings are made up of simple, geometric and minimalist shapes, striking bright colours and brushstrokes that are intentionally both impromptu and precise. Adam’s approach to guiding interpreters or ‘scribes’ is the same as that which he uses with the personal attendants whom he relates to from day to day. Though forthright and frank, he creates space for scribes to learn at their own pace so they can integrate their own creative processes and perspectives. He finds this to be the best way to do accessible art projects and facilitate collaboration.