Terri Gold: Spotlight Interview on James Robinson Photography Blog

I have an article up on  James Robinson Photography Blog, thanks to James Robinson for his kind invitation to contribute. Find the link to the  interview: Click Here

Terri Gold in India “I am always looking at the Still Points… inspired by a line of poetry by T.S.Elliot. We are still and still moving… I see my work as still points in a turning world.

My work is interpretive in nature. I am looking for the grace notes, for the sense of wonder in our world and in our connections to each other. I feel compelled to make these images. I believe images that share our stories can have a positive impact on our world. We need to experience our common humanity. We all celebrate the same joys, we all bleed the same too…”

Terri Gold World Imagery: Rituals | Rites of Passage | Humankind

Omo Valley -  Guizhou

Omo Valley – Guizhou

My ongoing body of work, “Still Points in a Turning World”, explores our universal cross-cultural truths: the importance of family, community, ritual and the amazing diversity of its expression.
I am looking for the grace notes, for the sense of wonder in our world and in our connections to each other.
Every day traveling allows the possibility of revelation. Don’t we all want to understand the mystery out of which we came and into which we will return.

No matter where I am, I am always happiest with a camera or three  in my hands…