Art Therapy for Chronic Pain – Interview with Jeane Trend-Hill

MSW Interviews: Introducing Jeane Trend-Hill, a visual artist who photographs her assemblage pieces to showcase her experience with osteoporosis and with IBD, specifically, ulcerative colitis. Continue Reading →

Guest Photographer: Nivin Kadar

This month’s guest photographer is Nivin Kadar. I met Nivin several months ago when he first dropped by My Several Worlds. Since then, we’ve become friends. His photography site My Winks on Life in Light Reflections is one of my favorites. Nivin claims that he is not a man of words and prefers to let his photos, or ‘winks’ as he calls them, speak for themselves. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised when you drop by his site. He’s got an incredible collection and range of photographic words. Continue Reading →

Photo Moment: Connecting

“I think if I’ve learned anything about friendship, it’s to hang in, stay connected, fight for them, and let them fight for you. Don’t walk away, don’t be distracted, don’t be too busy or tired, don’t take them for granted. Friends are part of the glue that holds life and faith together. Powerful stuff. ” – Jon Katz

Interview with Travel Photographer Craig Ferguson

Craig Ferguson is a photographer from Australia. He has been featured in Nat Geo and Lonely Planet. His photos showcases the beauty and diversity of Asia. Continue Reading →

Portraits: The Sweetest Little Girl I Know (for Carol and Gavin)

The sweetest little girl in the world is absolutely terrified of me, despite having known her for more than two and a half years. She finally sat in the crook of my arm a few weeks ago after I plied her with cookies. This one’s for Carol and Gavin. Thanks very much for including me in your family time. The Sweetest Little Girl: Jeannie