Introducing our next #WarriorOfTheWeek! Learn how Mary uses her #VS as inspiration using photography to capture beautiful self-portraits. 📷

Spotlight on: Mary Lee Evelyn Keeney ☺️🌟 @corgerz

“I’ve been diagnosed for about 7 years now, and it hasn’t been easy. I am a professional photographer with a degree in fine arts and my VS hit before I got to graduate. 👁🧠🌨 I was terrified I was losing my vision and was going to go blind and that my degree would be useless. Now I use my illness to inspire my photography through self portraits. I have had to make adjustments because of my VS, like using autofocus and playing with my settings to get the camera to do most of the work for me. I enjoy it and it allows me to express feelings I can’t necessarily find the words for.” ✨📸

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Introducing The Visual Imagery Project

The Visual Snow Initiative is excited to announce the release of the Visual Imagery Project (VIP), a 21-day online protocol designed to reduce visual snow symptoms via custom created visual imagery. Those who would like to participate can register now and begin your 21 day protocol. To begin, click here: visualsnowproject.com.

  • In order to get the full benefit of the Visual Imagery Project, we encourage you to watch both video tutorials.
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