Aimee Louw is an MA Student in Media Studies, writer, activist, radio host and media-based researcher currently living in Montreal, Quebec, unceded Mohawk territory. Her media practice spans topics of accessibility, sexuality and feminism, through the multimedia Underwater City Project, sex-education blogging and research and through her current video-based research on embodied experiences in urban settings in Canada. Aimee campaigns for accessible transit and cultural spaces with the organization, Accessibilize Montreal, of which she is a co-founding member. She is a member of the Critical Disability Studies Working Group at Concordia University. Motivated by the power of collaborative research, her current multimedia work focuses on the intersections between accessibility and anti-colonial practices.