Wow, I'm impressed. This is a really well done story all the way around. Visuals are great....I love the closeups....and your interviews tell a great story. I'm glad you chose to keep his accident out of your opening as this sets him up as a good artist first before being a quadriplegic. Your audio sounds a little tinny though and I think it's because of the adjustments you've had to make. Let's see if we can tweak that tomorrow to reduce some of that tin can sound. There is one part where he talks about the accident that may be better to go back to him instead of seeing him paint. Did the family have any pictures of his car? I know that sounds creepy but it would help to show the severity of the accident although knowing he was paralyzed is pretty evident I guess. Let's see what PBS thinks. Great job though!