Weekend Workshop in Niagara-on-the-LakeJune 9th - 11th, 2017
Spend a weekend of adventures in seeing and great conversation in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Maximum 10 participants (4 spots remaining).Learn More
The Adventures in Seeing book is here. 45 photographic “calls to adventure” to help you see in new ways.
Session 3, Emerging Voice and Vision starts Monday, May 8th. Learn what your photographs have to say about you through simple and revealing writing exercises in this four week online course.
Note: You do not need Session 1 or 2 as a prerequisite.
Twice a month I’ll send you a letter with what’s been inspiring me lately, latest posts, and notification of upcoming workshops.
Is anything original? This is a question that's been asked time and time again. A friend asked me this question recently and we had two weeks to think about it and then confer. While you can go into a whole complicated discussion of patents and copyrights, I...read more
The Feldenkrais Method® is "a form of somatic (body) education that uses gentle movement and directed attention to improve movement and enhance human functioning." My contemplative photography practice includes becoming more aware of what we're feeling in our...read more
One of the most common complaints heard round and round the world (or at least the developed world) is about the weather. Especially here in Canada, it's a favourite topic of conversation. The weather is never quite right. By practicing acceptance, we can do a...read more
A few weeks ago, I wrote about Thomas Berry who said "The universe is not a collection of objects, but a communion of subjects." Recently, while listening to an On Being interview with scientist and philosopher Carlo Rovelli, he said this, "All of reality is...read more
Poet and teacher Naomi Shihab Nye says that we are living in a poem, whether we know it or not. Her students ask her, “What do you mean, we’re living in a poem?” Or, “When? All the time, or just when someone talks about poetry?” And I’d say, “No, when you...read more
"To take vision for granted, to be thoughtless about the variety, miracle, and magic of seeing is to limit one's self to a play-by-play objectification of reality. But to envision the act of seeing as the marriage between the viewer and viewed is to be woven into the...read more