The Psyche Project
A long time ago, I studied at Imperial College in London. Imperial is one of the world's leading research universities for science, technology and medicine, and they are currently leading one of the most comprehensive studies of the use of psychedelics in health treatments for depression, addiction, end-of-life, PTSD and more. The results have been nothing but outstanding so far, and all the US research has been achieving similar results.
As a photographer now living in San Francisco, I am fascinated by the use of nature's own ingredients, some of which have been used in tribal ceremonies for centuries, for the betterment of human health, and the ease of human suffering.
I am currently doing research to try to capture in photography the life before, during, and after of patients seeking medical treatments with the use of psychedelics. I want to share their stories, the good and the bad, taking an unbiased look at how the treatments have affected their daily lives.
How to Participate
At this moment, I am trying to find patients who would be willing to share their personal stories. I take a raw, sensitive approach to my photography and my projects, and nothing would be published without your approval. Your photos and your story, would be part of a continuing project following the path of several people like you who are seeking treatment for all types of different reasons.
You name would be kept private and confidential, but your story should be honest, genuine, and the reality behind what you are going through in your life.
This project is a study on the human condition, the fragility of our lives, and the hope of connecting with nature to seek better futures.
If you want to participate, please fill out the survey below, and I will get back to you soon after.