A little about what I do...
The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars […]
Working hard “upstream” to help people as they go downstream successfully navigate difficulty and to be resilient in the face of adversity? I am on faculty at the Yokohama International School in Yokohama, Japan and work as an international school counselor to provide responsive services and guidance oriented curriculum for middle and high school […]
Even as a young child I was fascinated with people’s stories and the different ways we can be seen interacting with the world. Event photography allows me to capture and share those narratives and is a personal passion as well as a service I bring to both the schools where I work and outside clients in […]
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Someone else may be able to help me with this as I can’t find information about the stoma for the Canna Lily. It looks like it may be one of those natural defenses where the stoma appears like a spider to dissuade would be consumers but perhaps not. These plants were labeled as “カンナ” […]
“Shelter me” said the seed to the stone “I will” said the stone to the seed “Sit with me” said the little tree to the stone “I will” said the stone to the little tree “Shade me” said the stone to the tree “I’m trying” said the tree to the stone “Yes you are” said […]
Recent events where I have presented
October 24-25, 2015 – Experiential learning activity session on fostering wisdom in education and play as one possibility as to “where we go from here?”- Project Adventure Japan 20th Anniversary Symposium
Beep, ping, buzz. In many ways those sounds and sensations dominate our lives in ways they have not done in years past. We are confronted with feedback on our efforts, our friendships and our thoughts. Much of this feedback is
great; sometimes not so great. (more…)