“Your life won’t ever be the same,” the surgeon said. I turned over in my hospital bed, in a pitifully tiny brown room. He said the words I expected to hear. I was past that shock. My window looked out towards nothing but a brick wall. At least the daylight could shine in. I was... Continue Reading →
I had the honor of photographing the Charleston Woodworking School Class of 2019 student projects earlier this summer. Congratulations to the students on their beautiful accomplishments! Here are a few of my favorites pieces.
The summer started off with an exciting and successful Kickstarter campaign to produce the latest children's book project I've contributed to, titled, Bo-Peep is My Name. I served as editor and creative consultant on the project, the book was written by Valerie L. Holmstrom, Ph.D, and illustrated by Tami Boyce. The Kickstarter campaign to produce Bo-Peep was successfully funded in... Continue Reading →
When bad things happen to children, it can be hard for them to understand and process what is happening. If children see repetitive patterns of abuse and violence, they can become desensitized and begin to objectify other people, animals, and even themselves, perpetuating the cycle of violence and trauma. We want to help break that... Continue Reading →
Join Joseph and me for one of our exciting woodworking or marketing workshops at the Charleston Woodworking School this spring! Classes include: -Intro to Woodworking Handtools - Saturday, April 27 or May 11 -"Telling Your Story" Marketing Workshop for Creatives - Tuesday, May 21 Learn more about the classes and sign up here.