I’m in a show! One Night Only


So, I’m doing this amazing thing and want you all to come.​
 It’s called Fear Experiment℠ (FE) is a unique, fun way to create community, push oneself, learn something new, and laugh. A lot. Strangers come together to learn an art-form, rehearse for two and half months, and then are rockstars for a night, in front of hundreds. For people not looking to be the next Baryshnikov or Tina Fey but looking to challenge themselves, meet others, and have a consistent source of laughter and support. 


And while I wouldn’t mind being Tina Fey, to be honest, I’m not. But still would love you to come and be one of the folks making audience suggestions that will help us creat magic for you in the moment – something beautiful right now- 


here’s the link for tix: 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fear-experiment-the-show-tickets-27716478734 
The show is open to all ages, so bring the gang. 
Keep calm and be kind on, Hillary 


PS. I need to sell 11 more tickets! Help!

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Author: Hillary Johnson

A photographer and writer with over 25 years experience finding the decisive, under-the-apparent-reality- moment and capturing it on film and in writing for international press, magazines, newspapers including the Boston Globe, The Christian Science Monitor and agencies such as The Associated Press, AFP, and Gamma Liaison. My work is in private and corporate collections. I was an artist in residence at Polaroid. I've created original and innovative advertising images for Leo Burnett etc. Today, I'm working exclusively in analog media using film, doing hand processing and printing. Using Leica and a funny array of Holga-type and two and a quarter type cameras. I'm currently available for portraits and projects for social good. This I believe: "It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye." I believe as Cartier-Bresson did, in technique and the ineffable. To shoot without thinking, that a good photograph is a result of an improvisation between the world and the photographer. One must put one's whole heart and mind into play and see what comes. Whatever it is, that moment is sacred and will never come again. Making a photograph is a contemplative act, a spiritual practice.

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