Join writer, photographer, and widower, Harold Buchanan to explore photography as a form of self-care and a mode for healing through grief. We will discuss preserving memories and finding inspiration through beauty and gratitude. We’ll also explore how to find your unique voice through the lens of your camera and how photos can be used […]
Harold is an author and accomplished semi-professional photographer from New Jersey. He is a retired Information Systems professional who now focuses on nature and travel photography and volunteer activities. He is the co-author of a choral memoir, Seven Sisters and a Brother: Friendship, Resistance, and Untold Truths Behind Black Student Activism in the 1960s, which will be published December 2019. After the loss of his wife Camille, he found therapy and healing through immersion in the book project.
Harold began photographing in high school. The advent of digital photography offered the opportunity to blend his interest in technology with photography and reignited his passion. He has photographed all over the United States, from Maine to Florida and from California to Alaska and Hawaii and several international locations. He loves to share his images with family and friends through his website: hsbuchanan.com. He is a member of the Boards of Trustees for the Rancocas Nature Center and Helping Other People Evolve, Inc. and volunteer photographer for Camp Widow Toronto.