For photographer and co-author, Paul Fetters, it’s always about the art, the originality, the texture, tone and execution of the project, whether it’s a portrait session or leading a professional group.
Co-author Nancy Dorrier writes about the magic that happens when a group of people create a vision and then work shoulder to shoulder to bring it to life.
They met in a course based on the premise that the conversations you have and the people you have them with determine the quality of your life.
The two have been having one long conversation ever since, disciplining themselves to play with the language of possibility and wonder, taking notice of beauty and delight in the world around them. Writing has become an integral part of their practice, helping them get to the bottom of loss and moods, resentments and all sorts of craziness.
Stan Went Fishing is their running start to a new thread in their twenty-year-long discussion, an exchange in which they are eager to include you.