Location – Roberts Creek
Website – heatherconn.com
Whether in photography, film, collage or the written word, Heather Conn loves to create visual images that inspire or help heal others. As a trained facilitator, she offers group workshops and one-on-one sessions in SoulCollage®, a creative process of self-discovery.
As a photographer, her favourite subjects are landscapes, wildlife, and people from her travels. She has exhibited colour and black-and-white images in juried and non-juried shows throughout B.C. Locally, she did a solo show on Burning Man at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in 2007.
Her commercial photography has appeared in a variety of books, magazines, and corporate publications from coast to coast.
In film, Heather has co-written two Bravo TV short dramas and content for a CBC children’s show. She wrote, produced & directed the documentary A New Way: An Organic Garden Changes Lives.
Heather is an author who works as a freelance writer, editor and writing coach.
“I welcome opportunities for artistic collaboration. My areas of passion range from environmental and wildlife conservation to international travel, history, spirituality, and arts and culture.”