The Adventures in Seeing book is here.
45 photographic “calls to adventure” to help you see in new ways.
Learn what your photographs have to say about you through simple and revealing writing exercises. You’ll discover clues to your particular photographic voice.
This workshop, co-facilitated with Sally Drew, is offered in three four-week sessions, Intro to Visual Journaling, Exploring Meaning and Heart, and Emerging Vision and Voice. The first session begins February 27, 2017. Sign up for one, two, or all three. A truly transformative group experience.
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For many of us, the world feels like an insecure place. We don't know what will happen next and we're concerned. Yet, isn't this always true of life? We never know for sure what's ahead. So, how do we live wisely with this insecurity? One of the books that...read more
Last year, I spent a weekend with a friend at a retreat, where we experienced the wisdom and poetry of David Whyte. One line in particular from Whyte stuck with me. If you want a beautiful life, start asking beautiful questions. My friend and I talked...read more
"The secret was to get inside of whatever I was looking at, get inside it." ~ John Berger Earlier this week, we lost a giant in the world of looking and seeing. John Berger (1926-2017) was a gifted thinker, writer, and art critic. I was drawn to his writing on...read more
It's that time of year where we reflect on the year that was (oh boy) and make plans and goals for the year to come. The implication is that the new year will be bigger and better than ever before. There's nothing wrong with doing this, of course, so long as we...read more
As part of my review of the year that was, I like to remember my favourite books of the year. I've always been an avid reader, although it seems to get more so every year. So many books, so little time! Reading for me is an adventure in seeing. It introduces me...read more
During December, I'm revisiting older posts to introduce you to some of my mentors in seeing. Frederick Franck is the mentor introduced in the Connect section of my new book, Adventures in Seeing: How the Camera Teaches You to Pause, Focus, and...read more