Oracle in the Trees

O, Miami is hosting their annual festival in April!  The wide ranging events bring poetry to every corner of Miami, often in unique and unexpected ways. My contribution is a sensory forest walk designed to uncover secrets in both written and natural poetry! It will take place Saturday, April 21 at 10:00 AM.

Bibliomancy is the art of fortune telling practiced by interpreting randomly chosen passages from sacred texts. We’ll allow the fates to guide us while taking a leisurely stroll in the pine rocklands, an endangered ecosystem that is unique to south Florida.

Together we’ll explore the forest ecology while engaging in a series of sensory experiences focusing on relaxation, reflection, and the poetry of Hafez, a 14th century Persian mystic.

Check out the full line-up of amazing events and RSVP at this link:

The tiled ceiling of the pavilion over the tomb of Hafez in Shiraz, Iran.

screen capture of the promotional image for the Alternative to What exhibit at Sulfur Studios

Alternative to What?

screen capture of the promotional image for the Alternative to What exhibit at Sulfur Studios

I will have two projects in the Alternative to What? exhibit at The Gallery at Sulfur Studios in Savannah, Georgia.

Alternative to What? is a photography exhibition exploring the term ‘alt process.’

Work is on display from March 22nd – April 1st
Thursday – Saturday, noon – 5PM or by appointment

Reception: Juror’s talk with Bridget Conn: Saturday, March 24th at 2:00 PM

Participating Artists:

Adam Crosson
Cara Wade
Marco Flagg
Rebecca Slivinsky
Nicole Stevens
Jenny Zeller
Oliver Smith
Jody Boyer
Fereshteh Toosi
Joanna Angell
Kylee Petri
Hale Ekinci
Jason Lazarus
James Wright
Johanna Warwick
Angela Wells
M Apparition
Yunqiuan Lin
Elise Harris
Lydia See
Bryan Ghiloni
Laura Pleasants


forest bathing in Miami

I’m now offering forest bathing experiences in Miami! Go to this link to sign up for dates available now through the end of the year:

I’ll be adding more dates and more locations in 2018. Forest bathing, also known as forest therapy or shinrin yoku, is a guided experience that helps people connect to nature. We’ll bathe our senses in the healing qualities of nature, share our observations, and end the walk with a short Q & A. We’ll leave refreshed by a contemplative practice that we can carry into our everyday routines.

people standing together outdoors, in a circular formation

Forest Bathing experience during the 2017 Rapid Pulse Festival in Chicago.