Mindful Photography: Sacred Viewing of Ordinary Objects

Mindful photography opens up a new way of connecting with our sense of spirit as we choose to see the sacred in our ordinary surroundings. Allowing ourselves to slow down and be genuinely present as we focus on various elements in our world can be a profound and personal experience. 

 Over four weeks, both during the workshops and between sessions, we will explore how we can use our cameras to receive the images that surround us. We will take time to reflect on the sense of presence, connection or meaning we find in our photographs. We will also be invited to craft a story or poem about what we have noticed and experienced.

 Please bring a digital camera or Smartphone. This is not a technical class, and no experience is needed.

Julie Bowman 
Apr 16, 23, 30, May 7 (Tu)
$145 (Pre-registration required) 

Julie Bowman discovered Mindful Photography through Seton Cove during her former life as a stressed-out union organizer desperately seeking some peace. She found a practice that combined her love for the camera with an intention grounded in presence. She has been leading workshops in this form of photography for several years, ever-marveling at the open hearts and fresh perspectives shared by the participants.


$145.00 Everyone
$125.00 Seton/Ascension Employee Fee


No sessions open at this time.