Angular

Photo taken by contributor Danielle, a woman in her thirties who suffers from bipolar disorder, type II. She is a writer, photographer, life coach and mental health advocate. Danielle is also the founder and director of Broken Light Collective.

About this photo: “This past weekend I attended the Active Minds national conference at the University of Maryland, College Park, and had the honor of speaking about the mental health benefits of photography. While I was mostly focused on preparing my workshop or seeing the amazing keynote speakers (Frank Warren of Post Secret, Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison, and Kevin Briggs), I found time to sneak away and capture a bit of DC through my lens. Photography helped me find calm in an otherwise chaotic situation.” 

*Please visit/like the BLC Facebook page in the coming days to see more photos from the conference, as well as photography created by students during the workshop. Schools interested in hosting a therapeutic photography workshop, please contact: brokenlightcollective@gmail.com

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  1. I’m a UMD grad, and things have certainly ramped up since I was there. How wonderful you were able to be at seminar with such great minds; and again, I must say, it’s amazing you captured the totally non-cliched image of the Wash Monument, an icon so oft photographed. Sending you many pos wishes.

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  2. Really beautiful photo, and I love the color profile and light. Well done. Thanks for sharing about your conference too, it would be interesting to know more about it.

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