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Fun and adventurous session w/NW Center in Seattle yesterday. Fantastic organization helping the special needs community.
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Looking forward to hanging a new Stories of Autism exhibit at Jigsaw Junction in Kirkland, WA next week. Jigsaw offers therapeutic services for kids with autism spectrum disorders. Watch this space to learn when the installation is complete!
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After a long week of editing, marketing, and networking it's great to end it up by actually doing what I got in business to do - create images! I'll be working agin with Northwest Center in Seattle creating images for their Greenwood Early Learning Center. It's a small inclusive school for kids from five to twelve years old who are both typically developing and have disabilities. Should be a fun gig!
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My exhibit at Impact Hub Seattle is now live! If you find yourself in Seattle's Pioneer Square area head over to 220 South 2nd Avenue,...
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The 2015 Stories of Autism Gallery Is Live!

With over fifty new portraits, the 2015 Stories of Autism project gallery is now available for viewing at http://ow.ly/L7DtW. In honor of World Autism Awareness Day Let's Make It Viral! Please share this link with your families, friends, coworkers, and post it to all your social media sites! #StoriesOfAutism #Let'sMakeItViral
Stories of Autism is a non-profit organization using portraits and stories of people on the autism spectrum to raise awareness globally.
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2015 Stories of Autism Gallery is Just Two Days Away!
We've got a beautiful collection of new portraits and stories being released in conjunction with World Autism Awareness Day this Thursday, April 2nd. Until then it's a non-stop stream of caffeine as the final details and bugs are ironed out. Watch this space as we countdown to launch! http://ow.ly/L1UuK
Stories of Autism is a non-profit organization using portraits and stories of people on the autism spectrum to raise awareness globally.
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Quick Stories of Autism Project Update...Just a quick notice that if you're participating in this year's project I may be getting in touch with you over the next couple of days if you haven't submitted your story, images, or release forms. If you still need to submit any of these please do so ASAP as I can't add your page to the gallery unless I have all of those components. Keep an eye on your email over the next few days in case I need some of these items from you.

Thanks!
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Five Easy Tips for Great Summertime Photos!
Summer is almost here and, with it, will arrive more beautiful warm, sunny days. To most people these sunny days are the best times to take pictures of family and friends while visiting or taking the kids to a park. And while we all look forward to these bright, beautiful days (especially here in Seattle!) they can actually be your worst enemy when it comes to taking pictures outdoors. Why? Read more at http://ow.ly/Na1Mq
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I always love devoting an entire day to networking. So far today I've met a lot of new people who have some pretty interesting businesses. It can be a bit overwhelming but there's nothing better than expanding your reach and learning what you can do to help others. And the day's only half over!
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Busy day ahead. I'll be setting up an exhibit of my Stories of Autism work at Impact Hub Seattle for a two month run. Will post photos once it's setup.
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Will You Make This Commitment For Your Family?
I created this portrait of my son on a Sunday morning in January 2000 when he was thirteen months old. It was before we ever suspected he was on the autism spectrum. All the other images taken on that day were like every other in his short life, showing an obvious inability to connect with the world. But this one clearly stood out from the rest because...continue reading... http://ow.ly/M4QX8
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Less Than 24 Hours To Go for Launch of the 2015 Stories of Autism Gallery!

Months of work is coming down to the final hours and the 2015 Stories of Autism gallery is in the final stages of construction. Currently placing portraits and stories on all the pages, and getting all the links entered correctly, That'll be followed by updating the homepage and then testing like crazy. I'm also saving my work like a mad man. There wouldn't be enough sedatives in the world if something bad were to happen!

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Seattle Marathon Association's profile photo
Psychiatric Times's profile photo
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Stories of Autism is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness, acceptance, and inclusion of those with ASD (autism spectrum disorders). We do this through an international network of photographers who create portraits of children and adults with ASD in their communities and contribute them to our online gallery. Each portraits is accompanied by a short narrative written by someone close to the subject - or the actual subject - about life with autism.
 
Professional level photographers and potential subjects are encouraged to become part of the project by registering at www.storiesofautism.com.