Stewart Tucker Lundy has spent most of his life living with quadriplegia. He was only 14 when he was injured in a diving accident in New Orleans. He hasn’t let using a wheelchair shape the way he lives his life. Stewart focuses on living in the moment. He says all his favorite memories have been in a wheelchair so he doesn’t dwell on how life could be different. Stewart is a communications consultant and works to change people’s attitudes towards people living with disabilities on the Denver Mayor’s Commission for People with Disabilities. He enjoys spending time and exploring Denver with his wife Marci.
What are your hobbies?
Formula One racing, collecting vintage cigars, soccer, genealogy, studying history
What advice would you give to someone who is newly injured?
Right now is your new normal take one day at a time always find the positive in and learn how to laugh at everything it beats crying.
What’s next for you?
Starting my own business (A production company emphasizing on media). Or something where I have to be engaged with the public I thrive on people and humanity.
How do you Redefine Possible?
Every year on July 2 the day of my injury I celebrate a rebirth party in July 2 is when I was born again how do I redefine possible I'm doing it right now I have your attention so that means I have a chance to educate you to dispel the myth of what disability is and life with a disability is.
What is it you hope your portrait conveys to others?
I want people to look at this and think to themselves goodness looks like a photo shoot in Good Living Magazine.