The MYSCI creative photography workshop is a new arts program for people with a spinal cord injury.
It is now called Imagine Me and was created by Sue Murray, a professional photographer and lecturer. Imagine Me includes an introduction to photography and using Photoshop computer software, with the main focus that each person produce a creative self-portrait that portrays any personal aspect or the impact of spinal cord injury.
Details about the Imagine Me workshops are available at: www.imagineme.com.au.
Greg Killeen – Domino Effect
After acquiring a spinal cord injury many years ago resulting in quadriplegia, I have needed to advocate to address various issues that are negatively impacting on the quality of life
of people with a spinal cord injury (and people with physical disability in general). As bad attitudes towards people with disability can be the cause of many other barriers, I wanted my image to portray the ‘domino effect’ of removing or changing bad attitudes which can lead to removing discrimination, inequity and barriers etc.
Greg Killeen, March 2014