Underwater Healer About Face Photo Book
Hundred copies of Underwater Healer About Face photo book finally arrived today!
I worked on the book for 2-3 months. It seemed forever… It was a whole new experience designing a book and learning InDesign at the same time…
I was really nervous to open the book and see if I made any mistakes…. I found few! (shhhhhhh-…) I remember I was exhausted and going blind towards the end.
But I’m really happy to see my final product!!! Thank you!
I got a sad news from NY few days ago.
Emily Morrison passed away.
I met her for the first time in NY photo shoot. Even though Emily has gone through a lot of difficulty, I was totally blown away by her positive energy. Her amazing spirit motivated me, especially since she wrote, “Have Under Water photos taken” in her “To-see list,” a wish list of all the things she wants to do before she loses her eyesight. When Emily and I met, I could tell she was eager and ready to jump in the pool immediately. She thanked me for coming out there and told me how happy and excited she was to do the photo shoot with me. Because of Emily’s ongoing medication and treatment, I wanted to be careful and make sure she was feeling okay. But because we had a good connection from the start, my nervousness began to melt away. I was confident that this photo shoot would head in a good direction. Emily wore a beautiful dusty lavender dress that she picked for this photo shoot especially. With a long pearl necklace and beautiful make-up, she looked gorgeous underwater. One of my favorite images of her looks like she was synchronized with the waves and melting into the water. I was so happy to meet Emily in person and make one of her dreams come true. As much as underwater portrait sessions like this one help my clients heal, they also help me see the world in a whole new way. I’m thankful Emily enabled me to see and feel so much beauty and strength during our time together.
Thank you for everything, Emily. I’m going to send you a copy of the book, I hope you’ll see it somewhere in the sky.
My work of Emily Morrison was featured on Asian Week. Please check it out.