Client: The New York Times; Disability Series
AD: Jim Datz
For a story written by C.S. Gilcombe, a man who lost an arm at an early age, and came to understand his disability in the context of an "inconvenience" rather than a debilitating quality—similar to how his parents framed his racial status and to how he relates to his prosthetic, now. He's an avid cyclist, and the story alludes to this frequently.