Mark Ozdoba is a writer and editor from New York who has spent years fighting for disability inclusion and access. Outside ADA30 LEAD ON, he has been sent to cover foreign film festivals, had articles published on Paul Verhoeven and John Cage, and is still trying to complete a documentary about an immigrant forced to shutter her business -- before the pandemic. He has performed in art/theatre pieces at the Queens Museum and PS1, and his music has been performed at ABC No Rio and other venues. He has riffed some of the worst movies ever made with TV's Frank Conniff, and there is a statistical chance Stephen Colbert changed sponsors because of his discussion of chemistry. Mark has edited web series, pilots, and films, providing post-production support to a variety of features including Late Night, Puzzle, Laggies, The Conformist, Obvious Child, Blue Jasmine, and The Spectacular Now.