Location, Location, Location! Location is incredibly important for natural landscape photography. Finding imagery appropriate for healthcare involves proper research. I think about these five factors before I set out on a photoshoot: Research – Where would we be without it? How often have you fallen into a rabbit hole when you started out searching for say, things… Read More
An interview with Patti Rague. Patti is an Interior Designer in San Diego who specializes in Dental and Medical Offices. Is selecting art for dental offices different than medical offices? How does the “fear factor” affect your choice of art? I see dental and their many related specialties as actually part of the medical market.… Read More
There is a gentle rain this morning at the beach on Sanibel. I ventured out onto our poarch and the rain drops splattering on the palm fronds caught my eye. This short video clip shows that. I've been playing with ambient video, imagining how it might be incorporated into a healthcare settings.
It’s rained heavily the last couple days on Sanibel Island. This afternoon the clouds started to break up and some sun came through. I took this snapshot from our porch as the storm passed.
A friend emailed: “Did you happen to see the piece in the NYT “T” magazine this past Sunday? There was one on contemporary art in hospitals that I found quite disturbing.” She was referring to “Curative Medicine” by Maura Egan. The part that bothered her was the quote: “We want to offer challenging work to help get… Read More