I have recently had an exhibition at The Light Galley with friend Karen Waller. Karen photographed vulnerable men and my exhibition was titled Transitions, a portrayal of people transitioning through changes in times of grief, death and loss.
Brett Williams from the ABC Online did a short interview about my work. You can read it here.
I’d be interested in any comments you may have.
I am sure that the answer to this question is strongly tied with accepting the inevitability of our death.
As some of you are aware I’m am studying to become a Soul Midwife, as traditional midwives bring a new life into the world Soul Midwives assist people who are leaving this world, easing their transition and providing comfort to those they love.
The Soul Midwives movement was originally founded by Felicity Warner and is based in the UK.
People study for weeks for a birth. Why not study for a death?