A few years ago, I was chatting with a woman, explaining the how and why of my photography of women. I told her about what and who I see in the process of listening and photography. I shared stories of things that I had learned from the women who inspire me. I explained my belief that a woman's beauty resides in many places--expressions, hands, figure, feet, smile, et cetera--and that beauty is ultimately "about who she is." The woman replied "I would love for you to show me who you see in me."
That is what I do. That's what this book is about.
Dion McInnis' lifelong love of images and words permeate each of his vocations and avocations: freelance writer and photographer, university administrator, teacher, chamber board member, lay minister, public speaker and more. Author of "Listen to Life: Wisdom in Life's Stories," and "Daddin": The Verb of Being a Dad.," Dion is also cited in the media for a variety of topics, reflecting his various interests and skills. His writings have also been published in national photography magazines and AdvantEdge Magazine,a leading publication for management and leadership. Active in photography and the arts, he teaches at several venues, as well as at the University of West Bohemia in Plzen, Czech Republic during the summer.
Literary and Visual Metaphors Published April 12, 2016
Discovering Mississippi ... Discovering Myself Published January 13, 2016
Listen to Life: A Journal To Remember Everyday Wisdom and Beauty Published July 01, 2012
The Seeing, Not the Taking Published July 31, 2008