Women's March Project

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I am currently working on my Women's March Project.

The Women's March was the largest single-day protest in U.S. history with between 3 to 4.5+ million people participating in the marches across the United States and up to 5 million worldwide.

I have just created a large, 3d panel (48'x72') from photographs I captured at the Women's March on Washington in 2017


Check out this two minute Women's March on Washington 2017 video revealing the panel, giving you the 3d perspective.

I photographed the Seattle Women's March 2.0 in 2018.  This panel is currently underway in my studio.

With the mission of the Women's March to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties and social justice for all, as well as hold politicians accountable, these Women's Marches truly align with my mission of art building community.

My goal is to shoot the third annual Women's March LA, Truth to Power, this Saturday, January 19th, 2019.  I need to raise funds to fly to Los Angelos,  photograph and produce several more panels. The more money raised, the more panels I can produce from these marches to share with the community.

My plan for the Women's March Project is to visit a different city each year as women and men continue to show up and speak up to let the world know that women's rights are human rights.

Here are a couple of photographs taken at the historic Women's March on Washington in 2017.

To view the panel and photographs from the Women's Marches, please join me at The Factory at Equinox, Studio #127, in the Georgetown section of Seattle especially on the second Saturday each month when our Equinox community opens our studios to the public.

Thank you for supporting the Women’s March Project. 

Together we can make change!

Peace and Love,

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The Truth to Power Women's March in LA was AMAZING with an estimate of over 200,000 in attendance. Among the speakers - women's rights attorney, Gloria Allred, California State Assembly Representative, Wendy Carrillo, activist and author, Zoe Nicholson’s, and the sculptor who created Fearless Girl, which has come to symbolize the call for gender diversity in decision-making, Kristen Visbal.
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I AM GOING TO THE LA WOMEN'S MARCH! My fabulous friend, Jacqueline Fletcher has sponsored my trip to Los Angelos to photograph the march. Jacqueline will also be hosting me while I am there. I am over the moon. Together we make change happen!
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