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[caption id="attachment_23495" align="aligncenter" width="640"] An illustration from the Vox article using my photo of Dr Sarno[/caption] About a year ago Vox ran an article on all of the science about Back Pain treatments, and it failed to mention Dr Sarno. This was a particularly egregious omission because the article was largely based on a book by Cathryn Ramin called "Crooked: Outwitting...

A few months ago I got a request for some of my mall images for possible inclusion in a show of local North Carolina photography at the Nasher Museum. I was excited to have the work considered because, for the most part, I have not had much contact with the world of galleries and museums. When I first made this...

When I run I often compose posts like this in my head. This morning, when I went for a run, I was thinking about some of the hidden ways in which a myriad of systems and connections shape our social sphere and further; how my own decisions, regarding how I choose to interact with these systems, affect my life. I...

People sometimes share their stories with us. I woke up to this one today and it was very moving because it reflected what our hopes were for the film- that it would help people to heal- but that it would also be a work of art. Hi Michael, Today I watched your documentary about Dr. Sarno for the second time. Again it...

"All The Rage" had its theatrical premiere at Cinema Village one year ago, on Friday June 23rd, 2017. On that same day, Dr Sarno passed away. It would have been his 94th birthday. It was difficult to do the Q&A's after we found out because it was not yet public knowledge and yet we wanted to let others know. That...

Jonah Lehrer on The Stories We Tell Ourselves from rumur on Vimeo. Making "All The Rage" was a long and winding path. About 6 years into the process, when I was recovering from a second bout of frustration-induced back pain, I stumbled upon an article in Wired Magazine by Jonah Lehrer called, "Why Science is Failing Us". The article was a...