What I Learned Photographing Death
Documenting the final moments between critically ill children and their families helped me come to terms with my cancer diagnosis.
Holding my heart in my hands as I share this piece. Thanks to
for helping me share and honoring these families.
U-M Rogel Cancer Center
Documenting the final moments between critically ill children and their families helped Caroline Catlin come to terms with her cancer diagnosis. #FridayReads
Beautiful, unique perspective on such a fundamentally human experience
"When I am in those rooms, I am present with the sole goal of finding moments within grief that feel the most gentle and human." What I Learned Photographing Death
What I Learned Photographing Death: Soulumination, a nonprofit organization that provides free photo sessions for terminal adults and families with critically ill children in hospitals around Washington state.
As this lovely
piece shows, sometimes the most important thing you can do at the end is witness.
well. This will give you a good dose of perspective -
Bethany S. Mandel
Kind of regret reading this but boy was it powerful
Margaret “Meg” Chisolm, MD
“‘Grief is praise, because it is the natural way love honors what it misses.’” Opinion | What I Learned Photographing Death - The New York Times
What I Learned Photographing Death: Documenting the final moments between critically ill children and their families helped me come to terms with my #cancer, by