Category: photography

The Love Offensive Giveaway!

Photography helps people see themselves as you see them. It’s a gift to show someone their beauty. I want you to know about this 5-week ecourse The Love Offensive. Check out the promo video here: The Love Offensive with Tara Morris from Tara Morris on Vimeo. I am producing this course that begins Monday April 18th because the teacher in me respects… Read more →

The Love Offensive – A Photography E-Course + GIVEAWAY

I’m producing an e-course. It’s called The Love Offensive: 21 Days on the Power of Photography. My dear friend Tara Morris is teaching it, and she is shit-your-pants funny. Like cry-laugh emoji face funny. But she’s also one of the East Coast’s most successful photographers. Check out the promo video here: Anyway, wow — there are a lot of e-courses out… Read more →

Bloom True Bali

I went to Bali for a month in March and April to assist with two transformational intuitive painting retreats. It was my first time in Asia and it took nearly 30 hours to get there. I don’t know how to describe the heat and humidity other than to say that even my Viking ancestors were sweating. Hauling around a 600g uterus… Read more →

#OCCUPY

I’ve spent some time downtown at the Occupy Portland camp.  And I marched on October 5th.  It’s inspiring to see so many people joining together to reject an economic system that supports corporate personhood, bank bailouts, speculative debt mongering, and waging war on the poor.  FYEAH!  Here are some of my photos.  You can see the complete set on my… Read more →

“dream eyes & god catchers” art show with kate sprout

Montpelier Art Walk event, sponsored by Montpelier Alive: DREAM EYES & GOD CATCHERS by RACHAEL RICE & KATE SPROUT sculptural, large-scale dream catcher installation from montpelier’s favorite sister act duo at salaam boutique in montpelier, vermont.  big, reverent, and re-imagined interpretations of this native cultural symbol through the lens of modern bohemia.  show also showcases photography by both artists, all… Read more →

iPhone photography

i’ve been completely obsessed with the various apps available for making iPhone photos look all retro and psychedelic.  my favorites are Hipstamatic, Lo-Mob, and Tilt-Shift-Gen. these are pictures i took to exhibit at a “phone-tography” show for Geek Week at Langdon Street Cafe in Montpelier, Vermont. i also made a 12:1 scale iPhone out of foam core and paper, and… Read more →