Paige Kreher, Contributing Photographer

September 13th, 2021|

P499 Paige Kreher, Tuscany, Italy

Paige Kreher, Tuscany, Italy (P499)

Many thanks to our new Contributing Photographer, Paige Kreher, who is also a volunteer to Healing Photo Art!  Her photo was taken in Tuscany, Italy! Paige is a senior Photography Major and Communication Minor from Maryville University in St. Louis, MO.

Laurel Logsdon, Contributing Photographer

August 14th, 2021|

P498 Laurel Logsdon, Colorado USA

Laurel Logsdon, Colorado USA (P498)

Welcome to our new Contributing Photographer, Laurel Logsdon from Colorado!  Laurel comments,

“After a friend of mine saw some of my photography, they recommended that I look into Foundation for Photo/Art In Hospitals. Upon researching the organization, there was no question in my mind that I wanted to donate. My hope is that if my photography is placed in a hospital somewhere in the world that it will bring some comfort and serenity. What a fabulous humanitarian organization! Elaine was a pleasure to work with.”

Diana Zelle, Contributing Photographer

August 7th, 2021|

P497 Diana Zelle, Missouri USA

Diana Zelle, Missouri USA (P497)

Many thanks to our new Contributing Photographer, Diana Zelle!  Diana comments,

“My sister in law and fellow photographer, Karen Zelle told me about this unique organization. I have often felt that nature photos would be a wonderful addition to hospitals to relieve stress and anxiety often associated with illness and injury. To find an organization that recognizes the healing, calming effects of nature and has created a way to make these photographs available to hospitals throughout the world is very exciting! I’m honored to be a part of the thoughtful, caring, compassionate Healing Photo Art community, and look forward to seeing it grow!”

Anne Thomas Keen, Contributing Photographer

August 5th, 2021|

P496 Anne Thomas Keen, California USA

Anne Thomas Keen, California USA (P496)

Welcome to our new Contributing Photographer Anne Thomas Keen from California! Anne comments,

“I discovered Elaine and the Foundation from a photographer I follow on Instagram. I did a little research and was amazed how many hospitals have been touched by these talented photographers and artists and the work Elaine has done to make this possible. I knew I wanted to be a part of it. Elaine made the process so easy and I hope to meet her some day. I am proud to be a part of this healing community and hope one day my photograph will bring a little joy to a bare hospital wall.”

Karen Zelle, Contributing Photographer

August 4th, 2021|

P495 Karen M. Zelle, Missouri USA

Karen M. Zelle, Missouri USA (P495)

Welcome to our new Contributing Photographer Karen M. Zelle from Missouri! Karen comments,

“I found out about Elaine and the Foundation through a friend who had seen beautiful photographs at the Siteman Cancer Center in St. Louis, MO. The wonderful nature photos brought my friend much comfort and she felt my photos would do the same. Elaine was supportive and communicative and made the process very easy. I am honored and grateful to be a part of this healing community.”

John Doddato, Contributing Photographer

March 17th, 2021|

P483 John Doddato, Florida USA

John Doddato, Florida USA (P483)

Enjoy this exquisite photo taken by our new Contributing Photographer, John Doddato, from Florida! John comments, “It is truly an honor to contribute my photographic work to such a wonderful foundation. Elaine and her staff do a tremendous job and their work is a blessing for many people around the world. I have had a long love of photography and the ability to share it with others is always rewarding.”

Stacey A. Morse, Contributing Photographer

March 15th, 2021|

P482 Stacey A. Morse, Montana USA

Stacey A. Morse, Montana USA (P482)

Welcome to Stacey A. Morse, our new Contributing Photographer, for her lovely landscape photo taken in Montana! Stacey comments, “I was thrilled to meet Elaine and learn about the mission of the foundation. I have always used my photography as a way to inspire and connect others to the unique people and places of our world so their vision immediately resonated with me. The uplifting imagery they choose is transforming lives by not only bringing a spark of life to hospital environments but, more importantly, contributing to the wellbeing of others. I believe that art truly is a universal language which has the power to connect us all in meaningful ways and I am honored to be part of their work.”

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