Author: Michael Galinsky

One of the first questions I am asked at most screenings of All the Rage is, "How's your back?" or "Are you better?" My answer is that I'm doing great, but I'm also human. Things crop up, and the more work I do, the more equipped I am to deal with the issues that arise. I have hit the...

This weekend I started to think about the Wizard- the one behind the curtain in "The Wizard of Oz". I began to make the connection between the story of the film and the story of how our emotions shape our relationship to the world, including our sense of our own health. I found a few clips from the film on-line...

I'm on day 13 of an Oprah and Deepak 21 day meditation program. It's actually day 17, but I have been traveling, making it difficult to find the time to meditate, so I've missed the last few days. These 21-day programs are designed to guide the participant to go deeper into esoteric concepts through a carefully structured program, and the...

[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 the Nasher Museum requested some of my mall images for possible inclusion in a show of local North Carolina photography. 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 work I took it to...