Fading Colors

Group workshops that enhance

creativity, innovation

team-building, wellbeing

 and more

All workshops feature hands-on activities and opportunities for sharing, discussion, and discovery. Workshops can be catered to the interests of your group or institution. 

The Magic of Risk

“What would happen if… ?” This question lies at the heart of creativity, experimentation, and discovery. To engage with the creative process you have to be willing to get curious, explore, show up for the work and take risks. Participants will leave the workshop with techniques and practices for embracing risk and failure, tips for courting creativity in their everyday life and their own “failure resume.”

Building Creative Trust

Permission and trust in ourselves and our own inner vision is one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves. This workshop will provide participants with a safe space to unpack some of the mental roadblocks around making creative work such as fear, failure, permission, perfectionism, and overthinking while also providing tools for working with rather than against them. 

Deep Attunement

Observation is a powerful practice. This workshop uses mindfulness techniques to sharpen observation skills as a jumping off point for complementary creative exercises focused on each of the five senses that will enhance creativity, innovation, and well-being.

Maximum number of participants per workshop is ten with no minimum. At this time all workshops are being conducted online, though I hope to return to in-person soon. Questions? Interested in learning more or making a booking? Use the contact link below.

What People Are Saying

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"Sally gave life to my intangible creative blocks with her down-to-earth yet knowledgeable personality. By providing a welcoming, encouraging, and thoughtful atmosphere, I immediately felt comfortable asking questions on topics I had been so intimidated by in the past."

-Gloria C, student

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About Me

I am an artist, educator, and creativity coach with specialization in lens-based arts, installation, social practice, and sound. I have a masters degree in photography, video and related media from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and over a decade of experience teaching at some of the top art institutions in the country including the Rhode Island School of Design, School of Visual Arts, and International Center for Photography among others. I am passionate about the intersection of art, science, and activism and helping others integrate meaningful creative expression into their daily lives. See my about page for more.